"He never failed to put me before himself. It’s a quality that is not easy to find these days."
"It wasn't love at first sight, but I knew he was my type the moment we met. For a relationship to blossom, you have to get to know each other better, and there needs to be chemistry between you. After our first meeting, we stayed in touch by chatting regularly as well as exchanging Whatsapp messages to understand each other's values, how we wanted to live our lives, and what we envisaged for a future together. Everything fell into place perfectly - and pretty fast." -Hong Kong singer-actress Myolie Wu on businessman Philip Lee More pictures of her wedding here. "When we started seeing each other, we both knew this relationship was meant to be and that we would one day make things official in the presence of God, but we both agreed that there was no need to rush into marriage as it wouldn't change anything between us." - Host and TV personality Jade Seah on Terence Lim, a professional in the finance industry. Jade's hubby Terence tells us more about falling in love with Jade, staying out of the limelight and taking charge of their wedding preparations. "The chemistry between two persons could make or break a potential relationship. It revealed a lot of his precious qualities. For instance, he had a bad leg cramp throughout the hike (a hiking expedition to Mount Rinjani in Indonesia), but he never failed to put me before himself. It’s a quality that is not easy to find these days. He didn’t set out to impress me by doing this, but it really touched my heart. And I still come first. It was a big plus, but what really sealed the deal was the fact that we both fitted so well into each other’s lives, especially when it came to lifestyle, values, friends and family. I am very pro-family and, as I grew up with my grandmother, I am also pretty bound by traditions. I love that he is the same way." - Actress and model Sheila Sim on banker Deon Woo Image: @sheila_sim/Instagram See also: SHEILA SIM: "IT'S EASY TO MEET SOMEONE NEW BUT NOT SOMEONE SPECIAL." "He laughs at my jokes, loves sushi and truffle as much as I do, goes out of his way to make me happy, and takes time to ensure our relationship is constantly exciting and fun. There is never a dull moment. We travel so much together, and when we are back home in Los Angeles, we have weekend getaways and romantic nights all the time. Most importantly, he loves my family - and that confirmed I could spend the rest of my life with him." -Sepideh Haftgoli, film producer, blogger and former Miss Iran, on Fly Entertainment artiste, host and actor Max Loong See also: Max and Sepideh dish out 4 tips on love "It might not seem like a long time (the pair were engaged after dating for six months but they'd known each other for over a decade) to most people, but to me, it feels so right; we've known each other for so long! He has seen how I was, when I was still new in the industry, till now. We've witnessed each other's changes through the years and watched each other grow. Alex brought back out the romance and idealism in me. He is also able to calm me during the times when I need it. He is so kind to everyone, including animals! These characteristics really touched me." - Actress Yvonne Lim on Taiwanese businessman (and ex-B.A.D member) Alex Tien "I was always sure he was the one; two significant instances confirmed that. In the first, I came down with dengue. Roy was about to be shipped off to Basic Military Training (BMT) in Pulau Tekong. Instead of enjoying his last days of freedom, he spent every moment with me! On one of those days, I was curled up in bed and it was raining. He soothed me to sleep by strumming his guitar and singing Somewhere Over The Rainbow. He was still there when I woke up. The second one took place eight years ago, when my late por por (grandmother) was admitted to the hospital for a triple heart bypass. Roy was interning at an architecture firm then, but went to see her in hospital every day without fail. That really touched me. When she needed help getting around before she became bedridden, this man would take her wherever she wanted to go, incuding church, in a wheelchair." - Singer-actress and entrepreneur Cheryl Wee on architect Roy Wee Read our full interview with Cheryl on love, life and how she met Roy, here. "It wasn't something I felt instantly but after dating for over a month, we pretty much got serious. It was a gut feeling. I just knew he was going to be my life partner. I feel like I got lucky with him because I found a partner who loves me unconditionally. That was a wonderful gift to discover." - Teh Choy Wan on Indonesian portfolio manager Michael Tanujaya See her rustic destination wedding in Australia! "I've seen many friends in long-distance relationships and there was always emotional turbulence. Bryan and I work well as a team. Sure, there were challenges along the way, but our relationship is great." -Former politician Nicole Seah on Australia-based Singapore engineer Bryan