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Keo Bora's husband skips honeymoon

Keo Bora's husband skips honeymoon


Keo Bora is a miserable bride. The 33-year-old singer missed her honeymoon in Australia after her husband left for his home country just three days after the wedding.

The petite singer, known for her traditional singing, wed on July 21 after dating 47-year-old Peter Lu from the US for three years.

At the wedding reception, the couple announced that they would fly to Australia for honeymoon but the plan was cancelled, prompting speculation that there was already trouble in paradise.

Keo Bora denied that the relationship had broken down, saying: “My husband has to rush back to the States to prepare legal documents so that I can go and live with him.

Missing our honeymoon plan does not affect our relationship at all. We still love each other.”

To contact the reporter on this story: Sou Vuthy at [email protected]


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