Former DJ Daniel Ong and Wife Get Couples' Tattoo To Celebrate Anniversary
Letting their love take flight, literally.
Former DJ Daniel Ong and wife, 35-year-old art teacher Fay Tan both recently uploaded a sweet snapshot of their hands interlinked together on their respective Instagram accounts. But immediately, a pair of angel wings steal the limelight.
Daniel Ong and Wife Gets Couples’ Tattoo
Revealing in his post on 9 Sep that the pair had gotten new tattoos to commemorate their anniversary, Daniel wrote: “Better together. Now we fly. Happy anniversary love.”
And similarly for Fay, who wrote in her post: “Better together.”
Turns out, the pair had gotten couple tattoos to commemorate the second anniversary of when they first fell for each other.
But why angel wings in particular?
The former Mediacorp radio DJ told 8Days that the wings signify them soaring for “new heights together” and also reminds them that they are “blessed”.
It is also synonymous with the pair’s captions of “better together”, according to the 44-year-old. He said: “One each ‘cos when we hold hands, it becomes complete.”
Daniel added that it is also because Fay’s name sounds like ‘fly’ in Chinese.
“When I see it I think of her. She lifts me up on a daily basis,” he added.
Daniel and Fay first met in 2018 through dating platform, Coffee Meets Bagel, and quickly found common ground with one another, especially with them being single parents.
The pair got engaged during their romantic holiday in the Maldives in August 2019 and tied the knot on Sunday, 2 February 2020.
“She will be the last woman that I will love,” said Daniel whose marriage to Fay is his third marriage.
Both Daniel and Fay each have one daughter from their previous marriages. He has Renee, 10, in his second marriage with actress-host Jaime Teo whereas Fay has Gretel, 5, from a previous relationship.
Image source: Instagram/daniel_ong_singapore
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