Natasha Hudson marries Kelantanese entrepreneur


  • Nation
  • Monday, 10 Dec 2018

Majlis Pelancaran Pencarian Wajah Aurawhite. Izzue Islam, Ayda Jebat, Amyra Rosli dan Natasha Hudson.

Actress Natasha Hudson (pic) has tied the knot with a Kelantanese entrepreneur in a ceremony attended only by family members and close friends from both sides, Kosmo! reported.

Natasha’s sister Tania Hudson posted the ceremony on her Insta­gram stories with the caption: “To my beautiful sister, I will be by your side no matter what.”

Tania also appealed to the public, asking them not to meddle in somebody’s else marriage but to pray for their happiness instead.

Natasha, 36, married Noor Nash­riq Sekarnor in Kubang Kerian, Kelantan, on Friday night.

This is her fourth marriage.

The actress, whose full name is Natasha Liana Hudson, first married in 2006 but the union appa­rently only lasted four months.

> Being a woman with dwarfism did not stop Aneem Aida Abdul Ra­­him, 24, from pursuing her dream job as a makeup artist, Metro Ahad reported.

The 122cm woman decided to learn makeup techniques because she did not want her disability to stop her from showing her talent.

“I believe that many OKU out there have the talent but they lack the confidence to show what they can do.

“I hope to inspire them to get into this field,” said Aneem Aida.

She started exploring the beauty line about a year ago after seeing her elder sister, who is a flight atten­dant, putting on makeup before work.

Initially, she said it was all just for fun.

Aneem Aida, who is sixth among seven siblings, recounted her nervousness when she attended to her first client – a bride preparing for her wedding.

The bride, she said, was satisfied with her work.

But she had other unforgettable experiences as well, such as when a client cancelled a booking after seeing her short stature.

?  The above article is compiled from the vernacular newspapers (Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese and Tamil dailies). As such, stories are grouped according to the respective language/medium. Where a paragraph begins with this ' >'sign, it denotes a separate news item.


   

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