Rishi Sunak Picked Classes at Stanford So He Could Sit Next to Akshata
India-West News Desk
LONDON – Britain’s prime ministerial candidate, Rishi Sunak, has shared that there was “clearly something” when he met his now wife, Akshata Murty the daughter of Infosys co-founder Narayana Murthy.
In an interview with ‘The Times’, the former Chancellor said one of the secrets behind his marriage was the fact that the couple is very different people.
“I’m incredibly tidy, she’s very messy. I’m much more organized, she is more spontaneous,” Sunak said. “She is not going to love me for saying this, but I’ll be honest with you, she is not big on the whole tidying thing. She is a total nightmare, clothes everywhere… and shoes… oh God shoes,” he said.
The couple met while at Stanford University and Sunak admits switching his class schedule around at Stanford “to be in a particular class” to sit next to Murty even if he didn’t particularly need to take the course.