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Christopher Thomas (M) Photo by Felix Basiime Daily Monitor
As is the custom, Thomas did not pay a single coin as bride price. According to the Tooro culture, the princess is “priceless.”
After assuming his new cultural pet name (Mpaako) – Amooti, Thomas and his bride received Kingdom certificates.
The royals warmly received the new couple before accepting an excited Thomas as their son-in-law.
Born on February 22 1989, Komuntale put up an overly amorous display of affection towards Thomas during the function attended by top shots in the kingdom.
Komuntale attended Pointers elementary school in the UK, Agakhan Primary School in Uganda and International School of Martyrs in Libya.
She early this year graduated from The American University in Washington DC.
Her hubby served in the US army.
Photos by Felix Basiime Daily Monitor (Source: Daily Monitor Website)