Dennis Quaid's Hawaii Wedding to Laura Savoie Postponed Amid Fears of Coronavirus Spread
Coronavirus pandemic has disrupted the lives of people around the world in myriad ways, and actor Dennis Quaid is definitely feeling its gravity. The actor had to postpone his wedding to fiancée Laura Savoie in light of the current situation.
In an interview with "Extra TV," the actor revealed that and Savoie had decided to postpone their Hawaii wedding which was supposed to happen on April 4.
SAFETY COMES FIRST
As Quaid shared in the interview, he and Savoie were planning to have a "nice and small" wedding in Kauai in Craig T. Nelson's house. Sadly, the pandemic has made it impossible for them to walk down the aisle.
We postponed… once we started to hear about Italy…
The fear of contracting the virus got the better of the couple and rightfully so. Quaid told "Extra TV" that they had more to worry about than their personal health.
"We have a few members of the family and friends who have low immune systems due to medical treatment, medical issues going on.
BETTER SAFE THAN SORRY
Although they couldn't tie the knot on a predecided date, Savoie had her wedding dressed from Spain. It's a surprise that the country managed to deliver the dress despite being swept by the pandemic.
Fans might wonder if the couple still intends to have a Hawaii wedding. According to Quaid, he and his fiancée are likely to do get married closer to home after the dust from this chaos has settled.
In a previous interview with "Extra TV," the actor shared how he proposed his girlfriend. Sound like he took her by surprise!
"I had the ring in my pocket… It has been kind of a month-and-a-half plan… I wanted it to be private."
When Savoie was taking a selfie of them together, Quaid put the ring in front of her and asked her if she would marry him. Obviously, she said yes.
As much as Quaid and Savoie love each other, they will not let anything come in between their sound health even if it means that they won't have the pleasure to be man and wife any time soon.