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A London-based general surgeon Dr. Nur Amalina Che Bakri took to social media to announce her engagement with her fiancé in London recently.
The 32-year-old Kota Baru-born medical doctor posted an Instagram photo of her hand with a diamond ring on her ring finger, while hugging her fiancé at an undisclosed location in London.
Dr Nur Amalina captioned her photo with a ring and heart emoji, and vowed to tie the knot in two wedding ceremonies in the UK and Malaysia.
“Excited about wedding planning x2 (UK & Malaysia),” she announced to her over 713,000 Instagram followers.
She also posted photographs taken together with her English fiancé showing the ring on her finger.
|Dr Nur Amalina Che Bakri announces her engagement with her fiancé in the UK|
The comment segment was flooded with congratulatory messages from her followers.
Among those congratulating her were celebrities Lisa Surihani, Daphne Iking, Vivi Yusof, and Datuk Aznil Nawawi.
Dr Amalina has yet to announce her wedding date.
Known for her outspoken nature, Dr Nur Amalina often shares her views on a wide range of subjects, including women’s rights and dubious medical practices on social media.
She graduated as a doctor in July 2013 from University of Edinburgh and began practising in the UK.
Dr Nur Amalina was recently picked to join UK’s first Covid-19 vaccine trial team at the Imperial College in London.
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