We thought 2020 was going to be a wonderful year but 4 tough months have already gone, leaving place for other upcoming months, which will again be difficult for us. The global pandemic has completely changed our lifestyle and it is forcing us to adapt to the current circumstances.
It’s been days, weeks and months since the last time we had the opportunity to hug our loved once without having the fear of transmitting them the virus. It’s been so long since we went out and spent quality time.
Birthdays are celebrated virtually, couples are going on dates by seeing each other only through their phones and weddings are being postponed.
Speaking of weddings, we were hoping to see many celebrity weddings this year, but unfortunately plans have changed.
There was going to be another royal wedding on May 29th, that of Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi. Unfortunately, the couple was forced to cancel the wedding due to the current situation.
Although no date was confirmed, there were rumours that Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez were supposed to tie the knot this summer, but plans have changed for them as well. In an interview with Ellen Degeneres, Lopez said:
“Honestly, I really don’t know what’s going to happen now as far as dates or anything like that. We’re just kind of in a holding pattern like the rest of the world. Again, it’s something that we’re gonna have to wait and see in a few months, how this all pans out.”
Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom were reportedly set to get married in Japan in early summer but due to the pandemic they changed their plans.
Emma Stone and Dave McCary were among the celebrities that were going to get married this year. Unfortunately, they slo had to cancel their plans.
Taraji P. Henson and Kelvin Hayden were supposed to get married in April, but they changed it to June as they were afraid of the April showers. Now the situation has changed again for the couple as they were forced to postpone the wedding. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Henson said:
“It’s probably going to be a backyard wedding.” It would break my mother’s heart, [after] all these years, she had been wanting to see me get married and [now] it’s got to be virtually?”