Bella Astillah and Puteri Sarah are proud single mums


Compiled by C.ARUNO, M.IRSYAD and R. ARAVINTHAN

DURING the recent Hari Raya Aidiladha festivities, celebrities Bella Astillah and Puteri Sarah Liyana caught the attention of their fans on social media after sharing a post celebrating Hari Raya Aidiladha together as single mothers, Kosmo! reported.

Puteri Sarah accompanied the post with a message that Bella and her are spending more time together after she was divorced from her ex-husband, actor and singer Aliff Aziz, recently.

“Together we enjoy the journey (as single mothers),” wrote Puteri Sarah in the caption.

The snippet was also shared on Bella Astillah’s Instagram account.

In the same post, both mothers also shared photos of their own children – Puteri with Syaikhul Islam, seven and Sumayyah, five, while Bella posed with Ayden Adrean, seven and Ara Adreanna, four – all in traditional attire.

Many social media users shared words of encouragement for the two women. “Two independent mothers celebrating together with their children. Who needs a man if you are a great woman yourself,” said one user.

Puteri Sarah was divorced from her ex-husband, director Syamsul Yusof on June 14, 2023, at the Kuala Lumpur Syariah High Court.

Bella, on the other hand, was divorced from Aliff on June 13 at the Federal Territories Syarie Subordinate Court.

> An estimated 1,200 cars and motorcycles are repossessed across the country every month after buyers, mostly young people, failed to pay their bank instalments, the daily also reported.

Out of that number, only 40 borrowers managed to get their vehicles back, while the rest couldn’t because they could not convince the bank to extend the payment period.

Among the reasons of vehicles being repossessed are unemployment, lay-offs and misfortune including illness.

The Malaysian Association of Borrowers and Consumers Solution chairman Rosland Mohd Arif said the number of vehicles repossessed has been on the rise.

“Every day, on average, we receive 30 to 40 calls from people complaining that their cars and motorcycles have been repossessed,” he said.

The above articles are 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 a, it denotes a separate news item.

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