The Flash star Grant Gustin denies secretly getting married 

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Grant Gustin, who plays Barry Allen in hit TV series, The Flash was spotted this month in Sabah, Malaysia with his fiancee Andrea Thoma.

They both posted photos on their Instagram accounts of their trip. Fans were instantly able to recognize that they were in Kota Kinabalu.

still wears a hoodie in the jungle

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We made it.

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They arrived in the country on the 17th of December and left on the 28th.

Sources claimed that the two were in Malaysia for a customary wedding with Andrea who is half-Kadazan.

Grant denied the claims via an Instagram post. He cleared that he did not have a private wedding and while they had a ceremony to honor his fiancee’s ancestors, they won’t be getting hitched until next year. He also said that he is still only 27 after some sites claimed that he’s already 28.

Happy Holidays from Malaysia! I’ve been mostly off social media because the Majalap family is non-stop and we’ve been running around and partying and eating and drinking since we got here. I did want to clear something up before the internet ran with it. It was incorrectly reported, without our permission that LA and I had a private wedding while we were here, but that’s not quite the truth. While we did have a beautiful, symbolic Kadazan ceremony to honor LA’s ancestors, we still won’t tie the knot until next year. (Also I’m still 27 for another few weeks.. the article got a couple things wrong) We’ve had a great time while we were in Sabah. LA’s GIGANTIC family is awesome. We got to hang out with Masidi Manjun, the Minister of Tourism, and had an incredible stay at Gaya Island Resort our first few days. Many pictures to come once we’re back in North America.

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The couple mentioned that they’re both very excited to learn more about the state and the Kadazandusun culture during a dinner hosted by Sabah Tourism Board on December 23.

Grant admitted it was his first time in Malaysia and described the country as very beautiful.