Burak Ökçivit and Fahriye Evcen celebrate their son's first anniversary at home
The popular Turkish actor, protagonist of Eternal Love, and his wife, were parents for the first time on March 13, 2019. Karan's first birthday has passed during the quarantine.

A year ago, successful Turkish actor Burak Özçivit and his wife, also actress Fahriye Evcen, fulfilled their dream of becoming parents. Karan came into the world on March 13, 2019, and almost from birth was as famous as his popular parents. Her first snapshot, shared by her proud mother, scoured social media in a few hours. Now the couple has celebrated their first birthday, but they have not been able to celebrate it with a meeting full of friends and family because it has coincided with the confinement by the coronavirus, which keeps the inhabitants of Turkey at home, just like in Spain.

The little boy's admired mom did not want to miss the opportunity to share with all her Instagram followers this special day. And he has done it with a nostalgic photo where you can see mother and son on their backs under the sunset on their terrace, accompanied by a tender comment:

"My Karan ... Your smile is the most beautiful sound I've ever heard in the world, your smell is the most beautiful smell ... Looking at you is the strongest light in my eyes ... Nothing is brighter than the star in the sky and the sun ... My pole star ... When you smile, the flowers bloom inside me. When you hurt yourself, you get trapped in my heart, you turned out to be my heart. Always be good, Karan. I'm on your side on this long road ... Saying this has never made more sense to me. Happy birthday son. Mom. "

Home confinement

A few days ago, Burak and Fahriye shared a significant image where the actor was seen, who continues to wear the image of the character from his latest series Dirilis Osman (Resurrection) with a thick mustache and long hair, reviewing his script, while his wife I was reading a book. It was his message of #EvdeKal (Stay at home), with which many of the Turkish interpreters have joined to ask the citizens to comply with the confinement to end the coronavirus. They accompanied the image of the phrase "Life adapts to home".

The quarantine came to the requested actor recording his historical series on the Sultan Diriliş Osman I, founder of the Ottoman Empire, a highly successful production on the Turkish chain ATV, which follows the sequel to its first season, Dirilis Ertugrul, of great repercussion also to international level. For the role, Özçivit had to train for a year in order to learn how to wield the sword, in fighting and in horsemanship.

On his Instagram, the actor also shared a video a few days ago with his colleagues from the novel, to thank the health professionals for their work.

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