Published: 9:27 p.m. BST, 1 September 2022 | Updated: 11:07 p.m. BST, 1 September 2022
Amir Khan shared a cryptic quote about ‘altered storms’ alongside a photo with his wife Faryal Makhdoom.
The boxer, 35, who married the TV personality, 30, in 2013, took to Twitter to share a candid post about working through tough times in relationships.
The pair could be seen smiling at the camera as they enjoyed a steak at a restaurant.
‘No relationship is just sunshine!’ Amir Khan, 35, shared a cryptic quote about “altered storms” on Thursday alongside a photo with his wife Faryal Makhdoom, 30.
Above the photo, Amir wrote: “No relationship is sunny, but two can share an umbrella and weather the storm together.”
The couple’s relationship has been plagued by allegations of cheating in the past, including allegations that he cheated on his wife days after the arrival of their second child.
Last year, the couple spoke candidly about their marriage in an eight-part BBC documentary series called Meet The Khans: Big In Bolton.
The boxer, who married the TV personality in 2013, took to Twitter to share a candid post about working through tough times in relationships
Quote: Above the photo, Amir wrote: “No relationship equals sunshine, but two can share an umbrella and weather the storm together”
Faryal admitted on the show that she and Amir have been “to hell and back” since their 2013 wedding.
According to The Sun, she said: “We have moved on. The past is the past, we were young, we grew up together – the bad and the good.
“Amir was so famous and so young when I started dating and marrying him, and now it’s like… he’s an old man!”
Amir added: “It changes over time. When you have three children, it changes your responsibilities. I had this crazy life before, now I’m a changed man.
Candid: Faryal admitted on the show that she and Amir have been ‘to hell and back’ since their 2013 wedding and vowed to make their marriage work
The social media influencer vowed to make their marriage work when she learned she was pregnant with her second child.
The couple are parents to Lamaisah, eight, Alayna, four, and Muhammad, two.
Faryal explained: ‘Me being a young girl, I would feel a bit betrayed. My marriage went to a really bad place where it was like, “This is it, there’s no turning back.”
“But I found out I was pregnant with my second child, so she was such a blessing, my little angel. I thought, “For the sake of my kids, I’m going to make this work.” ‘
Family: The couple are parents to Lamaisah, eight, Alayna, four, and Muhammad, two.