Stephanie Ho tries not to stress over new wave of COVID-19

Heidi Hsia
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24 Jul – As the COVID-19 cases starting to surge again in Hong Kong, Stephanie Ho recently admitted that she is trying her best to stay calm and not worry too much about her upcoming wedding.

As reported on Mingpao, the singer recently posted a video of her performing Karen Mok's "Breathing is Hazardous" with fiancé Fred Cheng on the guitar, saying that the news of the rising cases and the tightening of the restriction order has increased her pressure.

"Fortunately, you can use music to relax your mood. Try not to think too much about things beyond our control," she said.

Stephanie stated that if the situation worsens and the wedding has to be postponed yet again, she would just think the positive.

"At least we have more time to plan the wedding," she added.

The celebrity couple already had to forgo their wedding reception in the United States due to the country now being the epicentre of the pandemic, and is now scheduled to hold their wedding banquet in Hong Kong at the end of the year.

(Photo Source: Stephanie Ho Instagram)