PETALING JAYA - The heirs to two of Malaysia's largest corporations - Naza Group and Berjaya Group - have announced their wedding engagement after a long courtship.
SM Faliq SM Nasimuddin, 32, son of the late Tan Sri SM Nasimuddin SM Amin popped the question to Chryseis Tan, 29, daughter of Tan Sri Vincent Tan, while on a romantic holiday in Marrakesh on Friday.
SM Nasimuddin was founder of Naza Group of Companies which is involved in the automotive, manufacturing and property businesses. Vincent Tan is the Malaysian tycoon who built the Berjaya Group, a diversified conglomerate with businesses ranging from direct selling and retail to financial services and motor trading.
Chryseis announced her engagement to Faliq on her Instagram account the following day.
In the photo, Faliq got down on one knee while Chryseis held back tears of joy.
The proposal was captured in a romantic setting adorned with several bouquet of flowers and decorative candles. Behind them, a floral sign reads "Will you marry me?"
The post was soon flooded with congratulatory messages from fans and friends celebrating the happy occasion.
"This is a very touching moment! Congratulations! Wishing you both lovely couple lots of love and happiness!" said one fan with the handle ps_winter_ps.
Fans also expressed their surprise and asked for more photos of their engagement.
Tan's younger sister, Chrystal Tan commented that she will miss raiding her sister's closet.
"Thank you to every single one of you for the wishes," Chryseis posted on Instagram on Sunday with an accompanying photo of her displaying her engagement ring.
According to Chinese daily Nanyang Siang Pau, the couple met while studying at an international school.
Faliq, who is Naza TTDI Sdn Bhd deputy executive chairman and group managing director, is the last bachelor among three brothers to be married.
Chryseis, who is one among 11 siblings, is Instagram-famous for her jet-setting lifestyle.
She is the CEO of Berjaya Times Square, executive director of Berjaya Assets Berhad and an investor in several brands including Greyhound Cafe and health concept La Juiceria.
This article originally appeared on AsiaOne.