- Social media user @meshi4you has shared a stunning photo of her private engagement with her fiancé
- @meshi4you and her fiancé had planned to tie the knot in April but were compelled to postponedue to lockdown restrictons
- When they realised their wedding would not go according to plan, they tied the knot in a private ceremony
As many countries grapple with the coronavirus amid the lockdown guidelines, many people have been impacted by the downturn but it appears love is one of the few things the Covid-19 has not been able to stop.
And a couple who were compelled to postpone their planned wedding still managed to hold a private ceremony despite the prevailing coronavirus.
Briefly.co.za learnt that in a recent tweet, a social media user with handle name @meshi4you erupted a wave of pleasant remarks after she took to her platform to share her heart-warming engagement to her handsome fiancé.
She and her fiancé had been looking forward to their wedding in April, but due to the coronavirus pandemic, the wedding was postponed.
Just like many, they were in the process of planning their wedding and it dawned on them that coronavirus would be a real threat.
When they realised their wedding would not go according to plan, they just had to get creative.
@meshi4you noted in the post that she and her husband had to get ahead of the current Covid-19 pandemic by still going ahead to organise a private ceremony to tie the knot on their original wedding date.
''Coronavirus said we couldn’t have a wedding so we postponed it & had a private ceremony on our original date. *The Stewarts have entered the chat* #April10,'' she said.
@meshi4you and her fiancé did not allow the coronavirus pandemic to stop their wedding and ultimate life-long partnership.
@Shaii_Don said: ''Congratulations again goodie goods!''
''Period! Congratulations. Wishing you both a lifetime of love and happiness,''@theinnovatorr wrote.
''And you are serving face!!! Congratulations," niyling also wrote.
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