Entertainment James McVey postpones wedding due to coronavirus pandemic
Emmerdale star Lisa Riley says she might hold her wedding over Zoom
"There would be no leaking of photographs!"Riley and her fiancé Al, who met in 2012, had been planning their wedding but the actress told Closer magazine that they are considering making some adjustments to their ceremony in case another lockdown is announced.
James McVey is temporarily postponing his wedding.
The Vamps star has decided to halt his wedding plans with fiancée Kirstie Brittain due to the coronavirus pandemic but has vowed to tie the knot when its possible, likely on Halloween in October 2021.
Speaking to the Metro, he said: "I think we're going to postpone it. It is meant for November, but the problem is that the government haven't really set out any plans for how weddings can go back to normal. Thirty people can be at a reception, but have to be socially distanced. I think we're going to postpone it. It is meant for November, but the problem is that the government haven't really set out any plans for how weddings can go back to normal. Thirty people can be at a reception, but have to be socially distanced."
Tom Hanks urges Americans to 'do your part' in coronavirus pandemic: It 'should be so simple'
America's dad is continuing his push for "common sense" during the coronavirus pandemic. Tom Hanks spoke to Today on Tuesday morning for what was his first live TV interview since he and his wife, Rita Wilson, recovered from COVID-19 earlier this year. The actor reflected on this experience having "crippling crackling body aches" and compared the pandemic to World War II, another time when Americans were called upon to do their part. "There wasTom Hanks spoke to Today on Tuesday morning for what was his first live TV interview since he and his wife, Rita Wilson, recovered from COVID-19 earlier this year.
Meanwhile, James previously revealed he always planned to get engaged in 2019, but it didn't come as too much of a shock to the student because they have always been "open" about their future together.
He said: "We're very lucky that we've always been open about how we feel and the plans we wanted to make. We knew we were going to get engaged this year. We've lived together for three years and while our engagement weekend was lovely, we've actually gone back to how we always are."
However,m the 'Can We Dance' hitmaker says his time in the 'I'm A Celebrity' jungle encouraged him to pop the question sooner rather than later.
He added: "I think when you're in the jungle you have nothing to do but think and you really figure out the sort of person you are and the things that mean the most to you. I already knew I wanted to propose to Kirstie this year and I didn't see why waiting six months would make any difference. I missed her so much when I was in the camp and I really struggled."
Duchess Meghan blasted for 'whining' by her father .
Duchess Meghan's father Thomas Markle has hit out at his daughter and her husband Prince Harry for "whining and complaining" in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic.Thomas Markle, 76, who has been estranged from his daughter since before her wedding to Prince Harry in 2018, after the couple discovered he had colluded with the paparazzi, blasted the publication of new biography 'Finding Freedom', which details Harry and Meghan's issues with royal life.