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Priscelia Chan's message to husband: 'Thank you for loving me in sickness and in health’

The local actress posted the sweet note to former actor Alan Tern on the couple’s 13th anniversary on Tuesday (Oct 6).

Priscelia Chan's message to husband: 'Thank you for loving me in sickness and in health’

Priscelia Chan posted a sweet message to husband Alan Tern on their 13th wedding anniversary. (Photo: Instagram/prisceliachan)

Singapore actress Priscelia Chan marked her 13th wedding anniversary to former actor Alan Tern with a loving message posted on Instagram.

She posted several photos, including one of themselves in their bridal best, on Tuesday (Oct 6).

In the accompanying caption, Chan thanked Tern for helping her get through her “darkest days” and for loving her “in sickness and in health”.

She was referring to the time when she was dealing with a health issue that caused her to retreat from the public eye for a couple of years until last year when she spoke openly about her ordeal.

READ: 'I feared losing myself': How Priscelia Chan found hope after 'torturous' two-year health ordeal

She suffered from inflamed skin rashes and also felt weak and breathless. She told CNA Lifestyle in a 2019 interview: “I couldn’t recognise myself in the mirror, because I was no longer me. You’ve lost everything – your looks; the fear of losing the career you’ve worked so hard for.”

Chan’s recent message to her husband on Instagram read: “It is your love and support that gave me strength to pull me through those darkest days nearly three years ago. You bring out the best in me, in ways I didn't even know and I sure hope I do the same for you as we continue to grow together, hand in hand for the rest of our lives. May time never define our Forever. I love you Alan Tern.”

Friends and fellow celebrities sent the couple good wishes through the comments. Actor Ben Yeo wrote, “Happy Anniversary!” while radio DJ Vernetta Lopez said, “Congratulations to you both!”

Source: CNA/sr


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