In a rather rare occurrence, an American woman, 41, traveled all the way to to meet the love of her life, a 21 year old man from Sialkot.
Helena fell in love with Kashif on the social media and decided to tie the knot with the young man, Express News reported.
The report further said that the woman will also embrace Islam before beginning her marital life.
According to the would-be groom, all preparations for the wedding have been completed, saying his relatives are set to attend the special occasion.
In April, this year an Indian woman who came to Pakistan to attend the traditional Besakhi festival married a Pakistani man and embraced Islam.
After her marriage, Kiran Bala’s name was changed to Amna Bibi, who said that she wanted to tie the knot with Azam, a resident of Hanjarwal, Lahore, and that she didn’t want to return to India.
Based on these grounds, Amna requested the authorities to extend her visa so that she could stay in Pakistan.
In January this yaer a 32-year-old Pakistani-American bride flew from the US to marry a Daska-based 35-year-old man she found on Facebook.
Raheela Saadi is now in Ladhey village of Daska after marrying Chaand Ali, an electrician.
After the wedding speaking to media she said she is happy to be with her love of life even though she lacks the American lifestyle in the village.
She is living in an unpaved, mud house in the Daska village. They began talking to each other on Facebook messenger three months ago.
Villagers accorded a warm welcome to Raheela and her family upon their arrival in the village from Atlanta, US.
Wearing traditional Pakistani bridal dresses, Raheela said the pure love of Chaand had attracted her to the village, adding that she would live a happy life with her husband in the village, where there is no electricity and gas.
Her family said that they were very happy on Raheela’s choice as Chaand and his family were likeable, sincere, honest and hardworking.
The village hosted a lunch for the American family and other wedding guests at a ceremony.