Sunny Leone gets emerald-diamond necklace on birthday

Published: May 13, 2014
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Indo-Canadian pornstar-turned-Bollywood actress Sunny Leone got an emrald-diamond necklace for her birtherday. Twitter

SUBHASH K. JHA
IANS 

Mumbai – Indo-Canadian adult film actress Sunny Leone turned 33 Tuesday with a quiet night with her husband Daniel Weber, who gifted her a diamond and emerald necklace.

“I was tucked into bed by 10 p.m. That’s how I brought in my birthday. Boring? What to do? I landed a night before from Los Angeles and was heavily jet-lagged. I shot the whole day on the day before my birthday and then crashed out.”

“At midnight, someone was knocking on the door with a huge bouquet of flowers from a friend. So that was nice. Then I woke up to a relaxed session of working-out, after which I left for shooting again. It’s an ideal way to spend a special day,” said Sunny, whose recent release “Ragini MMS 2″ did well at the box office.

Sunny recalls her childhood birthdays when her mother would bake her a cake.

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“For one of my birthdays, she baked me a Barbie cake. That’s every girl’s dream. I remember my 13th birthday. All my school friends came for a party. I got a tape of music of my favourite music bands and other fun gifts. I had the most loving parents who showered me with love on my birthday. I missed them the most on my birthday. I think of them everyday,” she said.

She considers her husband to be the best gift of her life.

“And he brings me the gifts that I like. He gifted me a diamond and emerald necklace this birthday which he got specially designed for me. I feel blessed to have a husband who heaps me with gifts,” said Sunny, who has been in a relationship with Weber for six years.

Married for three years, she says their love “hasn’t diminished”.

“How have we made it last so long? Beyond being my husband and lover, he is my best friend. We’ve seen the best of times and the worst of times together. I can consult him about anything, any problem. He is always there for me. I can lean on him for anything, no matter how silly,” said Sunny, who met her husband in Las Vegas.

“He was based in New York. I didn’t think at that time that anything would come of our relationship because we lived in different cities. But Daniel doesn’t give up easily. He bombarded me with flowers, chocolates and gifts all over the world wherever I happened to be. He would fly in from anywhere in the world to meet me,” she said.

“I just want a happy home with my husband. I am not a party girl. I don’t have too many friends. I spend all my time in the studios and then I am home. That’s why I went to sleep at 10 p.m. on the eve of my birthday,” she added.

IANS 2014-05-14 13:32:10

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