Jess Wright may have to postpone the upcoming wedding to fiancé William Lee-Kemp as a result of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The reality star, who shared a lovely childhood snap with Brother Mark, was due to tie the knot this June, but plans may need to be canceled.
The 35-year-old told Entertainment Daily: “Of course, the idea that I might have to cancel or postpone it was definitely embarrassing because I had to consider all the options.
“But we keep our faith and hope it will continue.”
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Potentially her big day was postponed, but Jess kept revealing that the lockdown brought her and William closer.
“The current mood made us stronger because we spent so much time together so quickly after getting engaged and proved we can get over it.
“We are very excited and excited about our future. It wasn’t the most common participation.
“The virus has completely shuffled the whole process,” Jess explained, “but, as I said, if we are healthy, that’s all.”
“It would be great if the wedding was going on. It’s almost completely planned.”
The two got engaged in February 2020 after William asked a question while on a ski vacation in France.
The revelation of the former TOWIE star came after the coronavirus tore the family after her mom, dad, and uncle all tested positive for the virus.
Jess told her Instagram story to let her followers know how it affected her and urged her to stay safe.
She wrote: “COVID has ripped my family apart over the past month and it was absolutely terrible.
“Keep everyone safe, stay home, put on a mask and check your loved ones regularly. The fight is not over yet. We are receiving and praying every day as we come.”
The television character who enjoyed the magical date night with William continued to say, “It seems that new tensions are spreading like wildfires.
“Thank you to those who know our family members who have been hospitalized with this terrible virus.”