February 9, 2021
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Popular Ghanaian actress Nadia Buari, has shared her thoughts on what real romance should be like.

In a post shared on her Instastories, Nadia opined that real romance isn’t about buying flowers or pieces of jewelry for one’s lover.

According to Nadia, a true romance is the little things you do every day to show you care. Giving example, the actress said; random texts messages, kissing in the rain, telling your lover you miss or love him etc are parts of romance.

She also said giving and not buying is also an example of true relationship.

Read her post below.

I think a lot of people don’t understand what real romance is. Anyone can buy flowers, candy and jewelry, there’s no love in that. The truly romantic things in life are those little things you do everyday to show you care, and that you’re thinking of them. It’s going out of your way to make them happy. The way you hold her hand when you know she’s scared, or you save the last piece of cake for him.

The random text in the middle of the day, just to say “I love you” or “I miss you”. The way he stops to kiss you when he passes by. It’s dedicating her favorite song to her, and the letting her eat your fries; telling her she’s beautiful, even when she’s in her sweats; with her hair in a ponytail and no makeup.

It’s putting your favorite show on pause so she can tell you about her day, and laughing at his jokes even the really lame ones. It’s slow dancing in the kitchen and kissing in the rain. Roman isn’t about buying, it’s about giving. True romance is in the gestures.

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