#Showbiz: Wany Hasrita, Mohd Al-Adib wed in simple ceremony

KUALA LUMPUR: Award-winning singer Wany Hasrita has tied the knot with her fiance Mohd Al-Adib Fahmi Harun in a simple ceremony at Glam Hall, Damansara Perdana, Petaling Jaya.

Wany and Mohd Al-Adib, both 30, were married with two pronouncements (lafaz) at 9.11pm today by the singer's father Hasbullah Hassan, 56, and witnessed by Masjid Al Mukarramah, Petaling district assistant registrar of marriages Mat Syaharuddin Al Rasyid Mat Isa.

Wany, whose real name is Nurshazwany Hasrita Hasbullah received mas kahwin in the form of a diamond ring. The newlyweds' family members chose not to disclose the amount of dowry and did not exchange gift trays.

Wany, who is best known for her song Menahan Rindu, thanked her family, friends and fans for making her "big day" a success.

"Alhamdulillah, I am so happy that everything went smoothly. I want to thank my dearest parents, family members, close friends, fans and the media for their constant prayers for my success in life and career," said Wany.

"Today marks a new chapter in my life, and I promise to do my utmost to become a great wife and successful entertainer."

Wany said that she had known Mohd Al-Adib, who works in an airline in Kuching, Sarawak since 2010.

"I'm close friends with his cousin, and we got even closer in 2019."

Wany, who won Most Popular Artiste at the Anugerah Bintang Popular Berita Harian 31 in 2018, got engaged to Mohd Al-Adib in a hotel in Sepang on Feb 26.

They had initially planned to get married earlier, but he was busy with work in Kuching then.

Wany described Mohd Al-Adib as a private person who was not enthusiastic about social media.

Nevertheless, he has always been a strong supporter of her career.

"Our relationship has been a long distance one, and we only went out 10 times. But that was okay with me."

About 300 people attended Wany's and Mohd Al-Adib's solemnisation ceremony.

The couple's attires were designed by Altelia Amani.

The couple will have their wedding reception at Ruscus Hall, Forest Valley in Cheras at 7pm on Sunday.

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