“The you that’s in my eyes is worth more than a thousand words. The silent vow between us that resounds in our ears, it relaxes [me] even if I don’t understand it… Everything will be for the best [outcome].”
The lovely message, found on Ken Chu (朱孝天)’s Weibo, was dedicated to his beautiful wife, Vivien Han Wenwen (韓雯雯). In conjunction with their upcoming nuptials, the former F4 singer released a bunch of photos from the couple’s pre-wedding photoshoot earlier this year.
Like many couples before them (e.g.: Wallace Huo and Ruby Lin), Bali has become a hotspot for wedding ceremonies and photoshoots, thanks in large to the popular destination’s stunning backdrop and breathtaking sceneries. Shot by renowned photographer Jiang Junmin, the lovebirds are dressed to the nines in their dreamy attire.
Back in May, photos of Ken and Vivien posing in what appeared to be a wedding photoshoot leaked online, leading many fans to believe that the pair had already went ahead with their wedding ceremony without making any official announcement. Ken later clarified that the wedding-themed shoot was for a bridal magazine.
We guess the couple must have enjoyed their time there, so much so that they went back for their official wedding photoshoot. You can check out the pictures from both shoots in the gallery below:
Ken, 37, and Vivien, 34, were first introduced to one another when they signed on to star in the Chinese drama, “Dreams Come True” (美夢成真), 2 years ago. The Taiwanese singer-actor previously revealed that it was love at first sight the moment he laid eyes on her.
He was quoted saying:
“It should be her in this lifetime. I will not find another one.“
Despite only dating for approximately 1 year, the former F4 performer got down on one knee and popped the question to his beau during her birthday celebration on 10th April. He serenaded the Chinese actress before proposing with a huge bouquet of flowers and a 3-carat heart-shaped diamond ring.
The couple were spotted registering for their marriage 2 days later in Vivian’s hometown of Shenyang, China, and later in Taiwan in June. Ken and Vivien will be returning to the Indonesian island of Bali for their romantic beach wedding next month. They will also be holding subsequent wedding banquets in Taiwan and Beijing.
Congratulations to the happy couple. Let the countdown begin!