An interview with PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari which was posted on The Current‘s official Facebook page, Bilawal was being asked about his marital status or what he’s looking for in a partner.
“There has to be a level of connectivity. We have to get along, she would have to be intelligent and educated, perhaps a sense of humour. And most importantly, she’d have to get on with my sisters.”
He shared that his mother, the late Benazir Bhutto, gave him lots of guidance but one instruction he tries to abide by is that one should never react to anger and count to ten before they do.
Bilawal reveals that he believes he was his mother’s favourite while his sisters are his father’s favourite. He then makes a rather shocking statement by saying that he’s still looking for something to like in Prime Minister Imran Khan… well, that can’t be good?
If he had to choose a different career path, the 30-year-old says he’d probably be doing something in education or human welfare.
“I believe in advocating for humanities as a subject, critical thinking, promoting the arts and culture so perhaps more in a philanthropic domain. But you know, fate and destiny and events had other plans,” he revealed.