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Fiancee of man killed in Lion Air plane crash poses for wedding pictures alone

The fiancee of a man who was killed in the Lion Air plane crash last month has posed for her wedding pictures alone.Intan Syari wore her white wedding gown and wedding ring and smiles for the camera to fulfil the last wish of husband-to-be Rio Nanda Pratama.The couple were due to get married on 11 November but Mr Pratama was among 189 people killed when Lion Air flight JT 610 crashed into the Java sea on 29 October, shortly after taking offfrom Jakarta, Indonesia.Ms Syari posed for photos wearing her white gown and wedding ring (Instagram@intansyariii)Rio Nanda Pratama died as he was flying home for the wedding (Instagram@intansyariii)Ms Sayari said she wanted to fulfil her husband-to-be s last wish( Instagram@intansyariii)Posting the pictures on Instagram, Ms Syari wrote: Even though I feel grief that I cannot describe, I still have to smile for you. I cannot be sad but should be strong like you always told me to be. Medical doctor Mr Pratama had joked shortly before the flight that she should take the pictures and send them to him if he did not arrive at the wedding on time, according to the wedding photographer.MORE: Tommy Robinson denied visa for US visit to meet Republican politicians
MORE: Police search for man who shoved pedestrian into London traffic after they brushed shoulders He reportedly told his bride-to-be: If I don t return by 11 November, you should still wear your wedding gown that I chose for you. Wear beautiful make-up, ask for a white roses. Take good photos and send them to me. The pair had known each other for 13 years, and Ms Syari described her intended, who was flying to the couple s home town of Pangkai Pinang for the wedding, as her first love .Investigators examine engine parts from the ill-fated Lion Air flight JT 610 at a port in Jakarta (Getty)Colleagues of victims of Lion Air flight JT 610 throw flowers on deck of Indonesian Navy ship KRI Banjarmasin at the site of the crash in Karawang, Indonesia (Getty)The exact cause of the flight has so far not been determined but Indonesian investigators said the airspeed indicator for Lion Air flight 610 malfunctioned during its last four flights, including the fatal flight on October 29.All 189 people on board the flight were killed.- This article first appeared on Yahoo

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