Love will have to wait: Couples who had to postpone weddings due to Covid-19


  • Malaysia Premium
  • Wednesday, 01 Apr 2020

"My love will last, whether we get married now or later, " says a groom to his bride-to-be when their wedding is postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Having to postpone their nuptials because of the movement control order (MCO) was a big disappointment for Muhammad Hazim Suhaimi and Norazliana Azham. But it was more important for them to ensure that the health and well-being of their family and friends was safeguarded.

“My love for my wife-to be will last a lifetime, so the date we get married on doesn’t matter. I will still be there for her even if we get married later, ” declares Hazim.

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