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Michelle Yeoh has second private wedding celebration in Malaysia

Oscar-winning actress Michelle Yeoh has kept her promise to her mother by having a second wedding celebration in her home country of Malaysia.

Yeoh, 61, married 77-year-old former Ferrari CEO Jean Todt in July 2023. According to The Star, Yeoh’s mother, Datin Janet Yeoh, was unable to attend her daughter’s first ceremony in Geneva, Switzerland.

The actress held a small wedding banquet for friends and family at Little Katong Cafe in Ipoh, Malaysia. According to Hello Magazine, the cafe posted several pictures of the event on their Facebook page.

Yeoh is currently promoting her upcoming role in a Netflix series called The Brothers Sun now that the SAG-AFTRA strike is over. During a press interview with Collider, she gave updates on Star Trek: Section 31. Section 31 was originally meant to be a spin-off series of Star Trek: Discovery, where Yeoh starred in all three seasons as Phillipa Georgiou. The project has been switched to a movie that will stream on Paramount+.

“I just came back from Toronto, and what does that tell you? We are definitely prepping. We are definitely going full steam ahead. And thank you. Section 31 is very special to me, and I’m so happy we’re doing it,” Yeoh said.

The veteran actress has several other upcoming projects. According to IMDB, she will feature in the next three Avatar movies as well as a film adaptation of the hit musical Wicked.

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