Yeo Bee Yin tying the knot?

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  • Friday, 01 Feb 2019

PETALING JAYA: Is Yeo Bee Yin (pic) getting married?

Sin Chew Daily reported that the Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Change Minister will be marrying IOI Properties Group Bhd CEO Lee Yeow Seng at the end of March.

It was learned that the wedding will be held in Kuala Lumpur.

Quoting a friend close to Yeo's family, the Chinese daily reported that the wedding will be held end of March, but the exact date is unknown.

Yeo's family will not be holding a wedding reception in their hometown in Segamat, Johor.

The news of her marriage broke as Malaysian singers were invited to perform at the wedding.

It was learned that Fish Leong and Michael Wong were the invited artistes.

IOI Properties' corporate communications team, Lee and Yeo have so far not replied to The Star's query on Friday (Feb 1).

The news of Yeo, 36, being in a relationship with Lee, 40, the youngest son of tycoon Tan Sri Lee Shin Cheng, reportedly broke in December last year.

This came after a friend of Yeo uploaded a picture of himself, posing with Yeo and Lee.

He wrote: "Warning: This photo will make many guys cry. Yeo Bee Yin just introduced her special boyfriend to me."

In another photo, Yeo and the man are in the middle of a group of people making the "heart" sign.


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