PETALING JAYA - Malaysian heiress Chryseis Tan married her fiance Faliq Nasimuddin, the son of the late founder of Malaysian conglomerate Naza Group, on Friday (Feb 2), Malaysian news agency Bernama reported.
Chryseis, 29, is the daughter of one of Malaysia's most recognisable tycoons Vincent Tan and is also chief executive of Berjaya Times Square, a giant shopping mall in Kuala Lumpur. Forbes valued her father at US$820 million (S$1.1 billion) this year.
She had been engaged to Faliq, the 33-year-old son of the late Nasimuddin Amin, and the group managing director of real estate developer Naza TTDI, since July 2. He had reportedly popped the question to her a month earlier while the two were holidaying in Marrakesh, Morocco, Bernama reported.
The pair first met after studying at the same international school.
A video of the solemnisation ceremony was uploaded by Faliq's younger sister, Nur Nadia, on her Instagram on Friday, accompanied by the caption: "Welcome to the family @chrystan_x !!!
Faliq's brother also uploaded a photo of the ceremony, where Chryseis was seen kissing her husband's hand, and congratulated the lovebirds. "Alhamdullilah (Thank God), the family just got bigger! Congrats you both," he said.
The wedding announcement was first made by society lifestyle magazine Prestige Malaysia in an Instagram post on Thursday.
Chryseis on Thursday posted on Instagram a pre-wedding photo of herself clad in a flowing white bridal gown holding hands with her fiance as they stood facing a snow-capped mountain and a deep-blue lake.
"One more sleep to #chrysfaliqeverafter", she wrote in the photo's caption.
On Wednesday, she posted a photo of her bridal shower which was held at a tropical-themed venue with a backdrop that read: "From Miss to Mrs".