Faliq and Chryseis to wed on Friday

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  • Thursday, 01 Feb 2018

PETALING JAYA: Chryseis Tan, the daughter of business tycoon Tan Sri Vincent Tan, will tie the knot with SM Faliq Nasimuddin, the son of the late Tan Sri Nasimuddin Amin, on Friday (Feb 2).

The announcement was made by society lifestyle magazine Prestige Malaysia in an Instagram post on Thursday.

Faliq, who is the group managing director of Naza TTDI, popped the question to the CEO of Berjaya Times Square in June 2017 in Marrakesh, Morocco, where the duo were holidaying.

The couple themselves have not said anything about Friday's nuptials.

Chryseis' last post on Instagram was on Wednesday (Jan 31) where she posted a photo of her bridal shower.

The photo sees her posing with her friends in a cosy tropical themed venue near a backdrop which reads: "From Miss to Mrs".

"All my fav (favourite) people surprised me today! Love you all," she said.


It’s official - @chrystan_x and SM Faliq SM Nasimuddin are getting married tomorrow.? ? In case you've been living under the rock, Faliq popped the question to Chryseis at the Royal Mansour hotel on 30 June 2017 when they were on a romantic holiday in #Marrakech, #Morocco. The successful #proposal was not short of fresh floral arrangements and scented candles. Of course, who can forget about the most important "#Willyoumarryme?" backdrop emblazoned across the wall?? ? Coming back to #2018, the #powercouple, who have known each other since schooling days and officially began dating in 2014, will finally #tietheknot on 2 February 2018. And we can't wait to see how splendid the ceremony will be. #Congratulations to the gorgeous couple! #chryseizethemoment

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