Patrick Ma: “I Will Reward Gigi Lai for Giving Birth!”
The birth of Gigi Lai’s (黎姿) third daughter, Pegella, was received with great excitement. Gigi Lai’s husband, Patrick Ma (馬廷強), was extremely delighted and has been visiting mother and the baby everyday at the hospital.
Asked if he will be rewarding Gigi for giving him another little princess, Patrick responded, “Of course, she will be rewarded! I’m very happy! Mother and baby are doing well!” Asked if the couple wished to have another child to pursue a boy, Patrick said, “We’ll let things happen naturally; we have not decided yet.”
The couple named the baby girl, Pegella. Patrick explained why the name was chosen, “This name has an auspicious meaning. We thought of the name together, but have not decided on the Chinese name yet.” The Ma family will not be distributing photos of Pegella to the press, similar to how they managed the low-profile birth of Gigi’s twin daughters two years ago.
Patrick revealed that Pegella’s twin sisters were very happy when visiting the hospital, but were slightly jealous of the little baby. Pegella’s features resemble her parents, as well as her twin sisters.
Gigi is recovering well postpartum despite giving birth via Cesarean section and will be able to leave Cannossa Hospital within a few days. Gigi thanked her friends’ congratulations, such as Lawrence Ng (吳啟華) who had sent congratulations via Weibo.
Patrick Ma Greets the Press Happily
Source: Ming Pao
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