In a video that has now gone viral, Malaysia's Yang di-Pertuan Agong (YDPA) and The Queen made an impromptu stop at a wedding ceremony during their Kembara Kenali Borneo road trip in Sarawak. Their Majesties decided to share in the joy of the newlyweds and offer their blessings.
As their royal convoy passed by the wedding venue, YDPA Agong and The Queen, touched by the celebration, decided to halt their journey and join the festivities. The delighted couple, dressed in their wedding attire, received an incredible surprise as the royal couple entered the scene.
In a beautiful display of cultural tradition, YDPA Agong and The Queen performed the Tepung Tawar ceremony on the newlyweds. This ceremonial act involves sprinkling the couple with rice and flower petals, symbolizing their best wishes and blessings for a harmonious and prosperous married life.
The bride and groom, as well as the wedding guests, were overjoyed by the unexpected royal visit and the meaningful blessings bestowed upon them. The entire heartwarming incident was captured on video and uploaded to TikTok by user @mrnghu, quickly going viral on social media.
How many of us can say that their marriage is blessed by the YDPA Agong and Tuanku Permaisuri themselves? Now, that's a flex!
Watch the video below, or click here to watch it on TikTok: