The Canadian singer who won the hearts of many at the 2011 Vancouver Olympics and Canada-U.S. basketball game is to perform a rendition of her country’s national anthem at the country’s first-ever wedding.
The singer, who won a spot in the wedding of Canadian Olympian and current Olympian Aly Raisman, will perform “Baby One more time” as the bridegroom and groom take the oath of marriage on July 12 in Vancouver.
The couple’s father, former Prime Minister Stephen Harper, will be among the guests in attendance.
“As a country, Canada is committed to bringing more love to our families, and I am thrilled to welcome Bindi into the fold,” Harper said in a statement.
“I’m proud to share her musical talents with the world.”
Raisman and her husband, rapper Raheem DeVaughn, will wed in a ceremony in Vancouver on Saturday.
In 2011, Raisman won Canada’s first ever Olympic gold medal with a bronze in the women’s freestyle hurdles.
Her father, Harper, is a well-known figure in Canada.
He was elected to the Canadian parliament in 2006 and served as Prime Minister between 2010 and 2014.
He is currently the longest-serving Conservative MP in the country.
He has been married four times, the longest of which was to the former model and actress Amanda Seyfried.
The pair have a daughter, Hope, who is in the same class as Raisman.
Canada is a country with strong tradition of cultural diversity, and Canada is one of the most open nations in the world, according to the United Nations.