A father’s love is boundless. With musical talent to boot, Mat Zara’ai Alias, the father of renowned Malaysian singer-songwriter Yuna, serenaded his newly married daughter and son-in-law at their wedding reception.

No stranger to performing live, he sang the fitting hit romantic ballad Perfect, by the English singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran, at the event held at Putrajaya International Convention Centre, in the Malaysian city of Putrajaya.

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He also performed Corazon Espinado, a Latin rock number popularised by Mexican-American guitarist Santana, while playing the guitar.

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The newlyweds’ reception saw the Crush singer, 31, dressed elegantly in a traditional Perak-styled ivory white bridal creation by the popular Malaysian fashion designer Hatta Dolmat, looking resplendent next to her 33-year-old husband, Adam Yousof Sinclair.

About 1,500 people attended the reception, including royalty, close family and friends, as well as fellow celebrities such as The Voice 2012’s Dez Duron.

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The Los Angeles-based singer Yuna, whose real name is Yunalis Mat Zara’ai, married Sinclair, a local director, who is also the younger brother of actor Ashraf Sinclair, at a solemnisation ceremony on Friday in the Malaysian municipality of Bentong, in western Pahang.

The couple met in 2013, while working on a commercial, and began dating in 2015.

They became engaged last August.