Singaporean actor-singer Daren Tan has tied the knot. Singaporean actor and singer Daren Tan tied the knot with doctor Nadia Lum over the weekend at the Grand Hyatt Singapore hotel. The wedding was attended by various celebrities, including actor Alaric Tay and Project Superstar mate Alfred Sim.
The actor opened up about finding love again—and defended himself from critics who say it's too soon.
Singapore actor Xu Bin held a wedding with his girlfriend of three years on Friday. Channel 8 actor Xu Bin tied the knot with his girlfriend of three years at Orchard Hotel on Friday (3 November), according to reports by local entertainment site Toggle. Xu’s wife, Evelyn Wang Yifei, 27, was spotted in photos wearing two separate bedazzled white gowns with plunging necklines.
South Korean stars Song Joong-ki and Song Hye-kyo have tied the knot. Like one social media post said, “This looks like the final episode of Descendants of the Sun!”. Well, judging by the massive media and fan attention that the wedding of Song Joong-ki and Song Hye-kyo has been getting, we can’t help but agree.
Ex-Mediacorp actress Apple Hong got married at 39. Former Mediacorp actress Apple Hong managed to keep her wedding under wraps for a week until she announced on Wednesday (18 October), that she had gotten married last week. Hong, 39, who got engaged to her mystery beau back in 2015, would only reveal that her Singaporean businessman husband is a “very private person”, according to local media reports. The pair met at a work event and dated for 10 years before getting married.
A bride has decided to ditch the typical floral bouquet for her wedding day and carry something a little more edible down…
Piko Taro drew on a mustache and wore animal print pajamas to the Grammys. Japanese YouTube sensation Piko Taro, who is best known for his 2016 viral hit, “PPAP (Pen-Pineapple-Apple-Pen)”, announced on Friday (4 August) that he has married his 29-year-old model girlfriend, Hitomi Yasueda. Piko-Taro, whose real name is Kazuhito Kosaka, said on his blog that he registered for marriage with his girlfriend on Thursday.
For many Singaporeans, their early 20s are a new chapter in their lives, be it resuming their ordinary lives after completing national service or entering the workforce after graduation. However, for some young Singaporeans, this new chapter also involves marriage. Despite the majority of Singaporeans now marrying much later in their lives, Abigail Lee and Luke Yan are among the newlyweds who have bucked the trend.
Last week Mark Zuckerberg shared a story on Facebook on his five year anniversary to his wife Priscilla Chan. It was a story in which the multi-billion dollar Facebook founder owned up to a substantial martial faux pas – cutting his honeymoon short to return to work. Yesterday was the five year anniversary of Facebook's IPO.
According to a recent report by the Department of Statistics Singapore, there has been an increase in the number of marriages registered since the 1980s but also in the number of divorces and annulments for the same period. Stats show that marriages don’t last as long as they used to. What could be the key to a long-lasting marriage, especially in this day and age where technology has changed so much how we communicate and build relationships?
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There’s no disputing that many traditional aspects of marriage are laughably outdated. All that honour-and-obeying, taking your husband’s surname, wearing white at the wedding to demonstrate your purity.
Monday is the Becks’ 17th wedding anniversary! Back in 1999, the relatively unknown British couple wed in posh style – she wearing a crown and he sporting bleached locks to match his all-white ensemble. It was the glamorous start for a couple who would become one of the most stylish duos on the fashion scene. Click through the gallery above to see some of their most iconic looks over the years and let us know which one is your favourite by tweeting to @YahooStyleCA.
More recently, UK-resident Ray Smith took 138 selfies with Claire Bramley while holding a secret “will you marry me” sign — all under the guise of documenting his pregnant ladyfriend’s growing belly. Like it or not, it looks as though selfies have officially been integrated into the marriage proposal process.
There’s something very serene and otherworldly about the desert. Despite often appearing still and stagnant, it’s actually teeming with life — there to see if you look hard enough. And, as any Ansel Adams fan will tell you, this curious and unique landscape also happens to be quite picturesque. It’s for those reasons and more that lately we’ve become fairly obsessed with the concept of saying “I do” in the desert.
The vast majority of marriages begin with the hope that they’ll last happily ever after, ’til death do you part. According to GeekWire, the tweely named, Seattle-based ‘SwanLuv’ is a business that’s willing to dish out loans of up to $10K for newly married couples.