Robbie Williams and Ayda Field are among those who have had special plans scuppered due to the coronavirus.
As 2020 marks their 10th wedding anniversary they were due to have a vow renewal but aren't able to do so and have had to postpone the event.
The 46-year-old told The Mirror: "I don't think this year because we would like to do that in front of lots of people. We would like our friends to be there," he says.
"I am excited having achieved it and becoming the person I thought I might be with the person that I meet. That is incredible and I would love to celebrate that occasion.
"It is more momentous than any of the records sold or Brits won or the massive tours. It is more important than that and bigger that I have actually achieved that and been a good boy and a good husband."
But he added: "So am I looking forward to it? Nah. When it arrives will I enjoy that moment? Yes I will."
Williams wed 41-year-old Field in Beverly Hills on 7 August 2010.
It's been a big year for the couple already as they welcomed their fourth child at the beginning of 2020.
Baby son Beau was born via a surrogate, just as his older sister Colette was, so the couple were able to keep quiet on his impending arrival.
He was revealed to the world in a picture showing four sets of feet, as Field divulged they had become parents once more.
Colette is due to turn two in September, while older sister Theodora is nine and brother Charlton is five.