Brooklyn Beckham and his fiancee Nicola Peltz have reportedly pushed back their wedding to 2022, due to COVID-19.
According to a source, the couple – who are believed to be planning two lavish ceremonies in the Cotswolds and Florida – decided to postpone their big day by a year so there won’t be any limits on the number of guests they can have.
However, the loved-up pair – who got engaged in July after eight months of dating – are said to be considering a smaller ceremony for next year.
The source told The Mirror Online: “They originally told close friends to save a date in September 2021.
“This week, Brooklyn told his mates they’ve decided to postpone as it’s too risky.
“And they don’t want the pressure of having to plan and postpone again, and don’t want limits on guest numbers.”
It was recently claimed that the couple’s big day will be “family focused”.
Every member of Brooklyn’s family – including his parents, David and Victoria Beckham, his brothers, Romeo, 18, and Cruz, 15, and his nine-year-old sister Harper – will be involved in the process.
David will be the master of the ceremonies, Victoria is set to design Nicola’s dress, whilst Harper will act as the chief bridesmaid, and both Romeo and Cruz will be Brooklyn’s best men.
Oct. 19 (UPI) — Harry Shum Jr. and Jessica Rothe want to move up their wedding following a cancer diagnosis in the new trailer for upcoming film All My Life, which is based on a true story.
Shum stars as Solomon Chau, with Rothe as his fiancee Jennifer Carter, in the clip released on Monday.
Solomon is diagnosed with terminal liver cancer, putting the couple’s planned summer wedding in jeopardy. The pair’s family and friends launch an online fundraiser to help make the wedding happen in two weeks.
The fundraiser leads to an outpouring of support from people around the world.
Marc Meyers is directing, based off a script by Todd Rosenberg. Kyle Allen, Chrissie Fit, Jay Pharoah, Marielle Scott and Keala Settle also star.
All My Life will be released into theaters on Dec. 4.
“Everyone who had the privilege to witness Sol during his darkest hours will remember him as the one in the room with the biggest smile; the one who wanted to make sure that everyone around him was okay; and the one who took the challenges that life had given him and found a way to make the most of it. He will always be someone who gave the world his all, and in his time of need, the world gave it right back. It is an honor to be sharing our story with the world through this film,” the real Carter said about All My Life in a statement.
TMZ reported that the TV network was set to film the nuptials for an episode of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta,” but things took a major turn. Initially, Cynthia and Mike Hill were set to say “I do” during an outdoor event in Georgia. However, the reality TV star and her wedding planner decided to move the ceremony indoor as Hurricane Delta was making its way to the region.
Executives at Bravo quickly became weary of the change due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and determined it wasn’t safe or appropriate to send staff to film the wedding, as the indoor venue had limited space and a 181-person guest list.
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It’s expected that the wedding will still be shown on the reality TV show, as Cynthia had her own camera crew on hand, and she will turn over footage to Bravo, TMZ said.
While many might be upset about Bravo’s weather-assisted change of heart, Cynthia was reportedly fine with it. In fact, since a “Housewives” crew wasn’t there, there was less to coordinate and less to stress about.
Still, the couple wasn’t blind to the pandemic, as they reportedly took several measures to make sure their wedding was safe: Guests were required to get their temperatures checked and wash their hands upon entry, all confirmed guests had to have negative COVID tests within a few days of the wedding, and masks were required throughout the ceremony unless, with the exception of when guests were eating or drinking.
Good news: Bailey reportedly had her own camera crew there instead and will provide ‘RHOA’ with footage.
The wedding of Real Housewives of Atlanta star Cynthia Bailey to Atlanta sports show host Mike Hill was not filmed by Bravo due to coronavirus concerns.
The event was slated to be featured in Season 12 of the reality show.
Bailey had previously considered canceling her nuptials, however, she and Hill moved forward with the Oct. 10 ceremony, which featured over 150 guests, at the Governors Towne Club in Acworth, Georgia.
TMZ is reporting that production sources claim Bravo originally planned to film the event when it was planned as an outdoor wedding. However, inclement weather due to the approach of Hurricane Delta forced it indoors.
According to the site, “the indoor venue made the network wary due to COVID-19 concerns, and Bravo decided it wasn’t safe or appropriate to send staff to film with limited space and an expected 181-person guest list.”
Bailey reportedly had her own camera crew at the wedding instead and will provide footage to the network to use on RHOA.
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Guests at the wedding were given temperature checks at the door, required to wash their hands upon entering, and they wore masks unless eating or drinking. All guests also had to provide negative COVID-19 test results taken within five days of the wedding.
Talk show host Wendy Williams called Bailey “selfish” for continuing with the event.
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“Congratulations to selfish Cynthia and her husband Mike Hill,” Williams said on her Oct. 12 show. “Some guests wore no masks at all, and all I can feel is coughing,”
“Everybody looks beautiful, and the place looks nice, but there was no social distancing, and I’m frightened for all of them,” she added.
Almost all members of the RHOA cast attended the event.
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Bailey defended having the large wedding amid the coronavirus pandemic.
“We’re having a large wedding,” she told Extra viewers before the big day. “To be honest, everything that we’re doing for our wedding 10/10/20, we would be doing if we had 50 people there. We would still be doing temperature checks, still be enforcing masks and face shields because, at the end of the day, you can get COVID at any time, regardless of the amount of people that you’re around.”
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CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY (PNA) – A candidate of the Miss Universe Philippines 2020 from this city has dropped out of the beauty pageant, disclosing in a Facebook post on Friday evening that she contracted the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
“With a heavy heart, allow me to break the news to all of you that I tested positive for COVID-19 past October 14. This means that I will not be able to continue with my journey to the Miss Universe Philippines crown this year,” 23-year-old Vincy Vacalares said. Vacalares said she and her team did their best to strictly follow all the health and safety protocols, “but still the virus hit me”.
“To those that I had close contact with, please inform the City Health Office so they can also check on your state (health status). I pray that you are safe from the virus,” Vacalares said.
Vacalares, however, did not offer details on how, when, and where she got infected with COVID-19.
She said she is now confined in a hospital in Metro Manila, and assured her family, friends, and supporters that she was “in good hands”.
“I sincerely apologize for what happened. Please be always on the lookout for your health and safety,” she added.
A graduate of Technology Communication Management from the University of Science and Technology of Southern Philippines in 2017, Vacalares is now a high school teacher at a private school.
Not new to beauty contests, Vacalares was crowned third runner-up in the Ms. Cagayan de Oro 2019 pageant. She also won both titles in the Ms. El Salvador City and Ms. Camiguin in 2015 and 2016, respectively.