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Harris Alif says no change to 6 February wedding for now

Heidi Hsia
·1-min read

14 Jan – Harris Alif recently stated that his wedding to actress Intan Ladyana will go on as planned for now, despite several states undergoing the Movement Control Order (MCO).

The singer, who spoke to the media on 13 January following the lockdown announcement made by the Prime Minister, stated that they will get married on 6 February, that is unless there is a necessity to change the date due to the current situation.

"For now, Intan and I are awaiting the new SOP that the government will release so that we could plan for our wedding preparation, which will be held at a mosque in Kuala Lumpur," he said.

However, Harris admitted that the MCO as well as the Emergency Declaration that would go on until August have made it difficult for him to give a sure answer when it comes to their wedding.

"It's hard to say since it's only day one of the MCO," he added.

The couple recently announced that they will be tying the knot on 6 February.
The couple recently announced that they will be tying the knot on 6 February.

(Photo Source: Harris Alif Instagram)