Canada Global(Web News)Reham Khan, a British journalist of Pakistani origin and ex-wife of former Prime Minister Imran Khan, denied the news circulating on social media regarding her divorce from her husband Mirza Bilal and said that I should marry 12 times or If I divorce 12 times, no one should have anything to do with it.
Describing the news circulating on social media as fake, Reham Khan shared a video message on X in which she said, “Recently a tweet went viral on social media platforms claiming that Reham Khan and Her husband Mirza Bilal has separated.
Reham Khan said that for the past few days some news about me has been circulating on social media, there are top trends on Twitter due to which my friends have also called me.
“She knows who is spreading such fake news about her personal life, though she doesn’t bother to give them much importance,” he added.
In a video message with her husband Mirza Bilal, she refuted the reports of separation between her and Mirza Bilal and said that I should marry 12 times or divorce 12 times, what do you mean?
At the same time, Mirza Bilal criticized the political party and said that all these scandals belong to the same party.
Reham Khan said that ‘I always make the right decisions and Alhamdulillah I am happy.
An important personal announcement pic.twitter.com/quZNtPowQm
— Reham Khan (@RehamKhan1) November 11, 2023
Reham Khan’s third marriage to Mirza Bilal
50-year-old journalist Reham Khan, who was previously associated with the BBC and other institutions as a broadcaster, got married for the third time to 36-year-old Mirza Bilal Baig in December 2022.
Reham Khan’s first marriage was in 1990 which ended in divorce in 2005. He also has a 3-year-old child from his first marriage who lives in the UK.
She got married secondly to Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman and former Prime Minister Imran Khan in January 2015 but got divorced 10 months later in October 2015.
After marriage and divorce from Imran Khan, Reham Khan got world fame, she also tried her luck in film production.