Berjaya's Chryseis and Naza's Faliq tie the knot

Meant for each other: Chryseis and Faliq sitting together after their solemnisation. — Photo credit: Instagram

PETALING JAYA: Congratulatory messages are pouring in for newlyweds Chryseis Tan and SM Faliq SM Nasimuddin as guests at the wedding took to Instagram to post snaps and wishes.

The private ceremony took place at The Chateau in Bukit Tinggi, Bentong, amid a dreamy set-up, with a floral backdrop and pastel theme, with friends and family of the couple in attendance.

“Congratulations lovebirds,” said Faliq’s older brother SM Nasarudin. The picture he put up showed the couple sharing a sweet moment at the conclusion of their solemnisation yesterday.

Their big brother Datuk SM Faisal also expressed his happiness. “Alhamdullilah, the family just got bigger! Congrats you both,” he posted.

Nasarudin’s wife, well-known television personality Marion Caunter, added her best wishes on her Instagram, saying: “Congrats you two. Welcome to the club.”

The groom, 33, is the fourth of five children of the late founder of Naza Group, Tan Sri SM Nasimuddin SM Amin. Faliq is currently the deputy executive chairman and group managing director of Naza TTDI Group.

Chryseis, 29, is the daughter of one of Malaysia’s most recognisable tycoons, Tan Sri Vincent Tan, founder of Berjaya Corporation.

She is also the executive director of Berjaya Assets Bhd and an investor in several brands, including Greyhound Cafe and La Juiceria, and is known as a fashionable jet-setter.

Faliq proposed to Chryseis when they were on holiday in Marrakesh, Morocco, last July. The couple have reportedly known each other since their student days at an international school.

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