Myolie Wu Spotted Visiting Herbalist; Denies Pregnancy Rumors
Dating for seven years, Myolie Wu (胡杏兒) and Bosco Wong (黃宗澤) did not possess marriage intentions yet. However, “accidents” occur in many instances. On Christmas Eve, a reporter from Oriental Sunday spotted Myolie and Bosco at a gynecological clinic practicing traditional Chinese herbal medicine in Yau Ma Tei, which was popular among celebrity mothers such as Ada Choi (蔡少芬) and Kenix Kwok (郭可盈). Myolie noted that she often felt dizzy, nauseous, and vomiting. Finally, she obtained a tonic prescription suspected to aid her her early pregnancy.
The reporter contacted Myolie regarding her pregnancy rumors, upon which she responded through her assistant, “Of course not! In my promotional event tomorrow, I will have a response for everyone!”
Sharon Chan Doubts Myolie Wu Is Pregnant
At a promotional event yesterday, Sharon Chan (陳敏之) revealed that she and good sister, Myolie Wu, attended a Christmas Eve party together. Regarding Myolie’s pregnancy rumors, Sharon laughed, “We attended a party together on Christmas Eve. It’s impossible! However, she did not drink any alcohol that night. If she is pregnant, I have to be the nanny! Wait, I have no milk! It’s better for me to be the godmother! Myolie urged me to quickly become a mother that night also.” Furthermore, Sharon opined that Myolie just received the TVB Best Actress Award and will be filming a mainland series to boost her career, thus she will likely not become pregnant so soon.
Sharon Waiting For Boyfriend’s Proposal
Sharon’s boyfriend for many years gave her an electronic gift for Christmas. Sharon gave her boyfriend a new cell phone. Asked whether she has received a ring as a gift, Sharon smiled, “I am waiting for an engagement ring, but it has not surfaced yet. He indicated that he will put effort into earning money to buy a house.”
Jayne: I also doubt Myolie would want to become pregnant so soon after her career reached its current peak. However, it will be interesting to see why she visited a famed herbalist popular among expectant mothers.