Taraji P. Henson and her fiancé Kelving Hayden are forced to postpone their wedding due to COVID-19

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Amidst the worldwide crisis due to the outbreak of COVID-29, people are either postponing or canceling all the social gatherings. And, thus Kelvin Hayden and his fiancé Taraji P. Henson postpones wedding due to coronavirus scare.

During an interview with Extra on 31st March, the 49-year-old Empire star said that they had postponed the wedding to July from the previously scheduled month of June. Henson also stated that she and her 36-year-old fiancé, Kelvin, want to take all the preventive measurements of taking care of their older relatives, who are more vulnerable to this outbreak.

The actress also mentioned during the interview that both of them have older grandparents, especially her 95-year-old grandmother and Kelvin’s 85-year-old grandmother.

She also remarked that both of them are now thinking out ways of conducting the marriage ceremony in the safest possible way. Fans of the couple are well-aware of the fact that they had to postpone their wedding on a previous occasion as well. During a conversation with Extra in February, she had told them that they had to cancel their April wedding due to weather conditions.

As it was mentioned in previous reports, Henson had revealed that she and her fiancé got engaged in May 2018. She has used her Instagram profile to quote, ‘I said yes, y’all!’ She also claimed that Kelvin had dropped to one knee and she almost had a panic attack.

While speaking with the reporters of Us Magazine, way back in September 2018, Henson had revealed that she and Kelvin were thinking of tying the knot. But, four months later, she revealed that she was too busy to think about the wedding.

They have always faced challenges while getting the wedding started. But, the actress had mentioned that their relationship is pretty strong. She had also assured her fans that their engagement wouldn’t e 10-year long as they would be tying the knot soon.

As it was mentioned above, the entire world is currently postponing events, festivals, concerts, movie releases, and all the large gatherings, due to the pandemic.

According to the officials, the death toll due to COVID-19 might be 100,000 – 240,000, compared to normal influenza that witnesses number of deaths from 15,000 to 35,000 per year.