Jennifer Gates, daughter of American billionaire and Microsoft founder Bill Gates, and her Egyptian boyfriend, Nayel Nassar, are often spotted visiting countries around the world and they recently spent a holiday together in Kuwait, according to Stepfeed, a news website.
The couple arrived in Kuwait during the past holiday season and enjoyed a quick stay in the country.
Even though Gates posted photos of the trip on her private Instagram page, the images were leaked earlier this week and have now gone completely viral, according to Stepfeed.
Nassar also posted similar photos on his public Instagram account in Decemeber 2017.
Forbes reported in July 2017 that Little has been known about Nassar, who was never considered as a celebrity either in Egypt or in the Middle East region.
“The 26-year-old spent his childhood in Kuwait, where his Egyptian parents were working for many years. In 2009, he moved to California, where he studied management and economics at Stanford University,” as reported by Forbes.
It added that Nassar is a professional equestrian, who won the jumping category at the Longines FEI World Cup in Florida last February, as he finished his performance in 38.15 seconds.
Not only that he is excelling as an athlete, but Nassar is also fluent in Arabic, English and French languages, it said.
Top 5 things to see in Kuwait
The Grand mosque is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Kuwait city. Officially, it is the biggest mosque in Kuwait. Its total area is more than 480,000 sq.ft (45,000 square meters), out of which the building itself is spread around 220,000 sq ft).
The Red palace:
The Red palace of Red fort is one of the popular and much preferred tourist destinations by local as well as international tourist.
House of mirrors:
Several individuals who live in Kuwait are not absolutely conscious of the hall of mirrors or house of mirrors. But this is actually an incredible affluence of art so available to the community at large and is worth visiting.
Science and Natural History Museum:
Kuwait Science and Natural History Museum is a popular tourist destination in Kuwait. It is situated in Abdullah Al-Mobarak Street, Safat area of Kuwait city. The Kuwait Science and Natural History Museum is a constituent of the International Council of Museums.
Al-Qurain House, situated in the Qurain housing area, is a site of bloody battle between Iraq and Kuwait, just before liberation, now converted into a museum, dedicated to those who laid down their lives.