Priyanka Gandhi Joins #SareeTwitter Trend, Posts Photo in Beautiful Pink Banarasi Saree and Asks Husband Robert Vadra to Take Her Out on a Dinner Date!
Priyanka Gandhi (Photo Credits: Twitter, @priyankagandhi)

New Delhi, July 17: Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, Congress leader and daughter of UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi on Wednesday joined in #SareeTwitter trend on the micro-blogging site and posted a beautiful picture of her in a saree. Priyanka shared a throwback picture of herself in a saree from the morning of her wedding day. “Morning puja on the day of my wedding (22 years ago!)”, she posted on her Twitter handle. Priyanka is seen seated wearing a saree with the pallu draped on her head. The #SareeTwitter trend has become a rage on twitter with women sharing pictures of themselves draped in sarees. As #SareeTwitter Trends on Twitter, Women Share Pics of Themselves Draped in a Sari.

The photo garnered about 20,000 likes on Twitter in no time with fans wishing her 'happy anniversary'.  The Congress leader thanked everyone and made it clear that her anniversary is in February. “Thanks for all the anniversary wishes...but it’s just a throwback photo for the #SareeTwitter guys, my anniversary is in Feb!”, she tweeted. "You can still take me out for dinner!" she added after that, tagging her husband, Robert Vadra and completing her tweet with a wink emoji. As #SareeTwitter Goes Viral on Social Media, Mumbai Police Joins In With #KhakiTwitter (Check Tweet).

Priyanka Tweets a Throwback Wedding Photo From 22 Years Ago; See Pic

Priyanka Gandhi's 'Dinner Date' Tweet To Robert Vadra:

Priyanka Gandhi had married Robert Vadra in 1997 in a grand ceremony at 10 Janpath in New Delhi. On her wedding day, Gandhi was decked in a silk temple saree with a pink and red border, said to be a favourite of her grandmother Indira Gandhi. She had supplemented the saree with floral and gold jewellery and a gold.

The #Sareetwitter has been going viral since Monday. Netizens have been sharing their saree pictures to follow the #Sareetwitter trend after users from different walks of life flooded the microblogging site with their posts sharing their favourite saree photographs. After a number of people participated in the trend, some of the politicians and celebrities including renowned journalists too joined the fun and played the saree game.