Larami Meyer and her mother Sandra Botha.

On Workers Day, Centurion Hospice hosted a wedding for a 36-year-old woman from Pretoria who is dying as a result of a rare stomach carcinoma.
Larami Meyer (36) wore a traditional veil over her blond wig – although her husband-to-be did not care whether she had hair or not. “I wanted to look great for my husband. After I started with chemotherapy, my lush hair started falling out. When the first string of hair fell out, I thought well, it is just hair, and it will grow back again. But then I realised that my hair is my glory; I looked after if for years, let it grow to the middle of my back, chose the right colour,” she said two days before her wedding day.
Larami, donned in a white-and-purple wedding dress looked radiant when walking down the aisle to the rhythm of Jak de Priester’s song Lara.

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