Shirley Yeung Willing to Take on Motherly Roles
After becoming a single mother in March, Shirley Yeung’s (楊思琦) name continues to be linked to TVB actor and ex-boyfriend of 8 years, Gregory Lee (李泳豪). Shirley’s sudden breakup with her daughter’s biological father, ex-Olympic diver, Andy Ng (吳帥), left the public recoiling in shock earlier this year. Recent tabloids claimed that Shirley was once again caught in a love triangle with the two men, in which she denied the rumors.
Since giving birth to Krystal in California, USA, 33-year-old Shirley Yeung has made her daughter her priority in life. Shirley wished to earn more money to provide a comfortable environment for Krystal to grow up under. Although resuming her work at TVB, Shirley has been relegated to hosting variety programs, apparently demoted from her former leading lady status.
Although TVB is currently lacking fadans to lead series, resorting to court former ATV actresses such as Joey Meng (萬綺雯) and Alice Chan (陳煒), Shirley Yeung has completely disappeared from TVB series recently. TVB has not invited Shirley to film any dramas this year to-date. Flexing her acting range and willing to take on more mature roles, Shirley indicated that she did not mind playing motherly roles.
However, it was Shirley’s love life that continued to interest the public. Tabloid reports claimed that she has sent text messages to ex-boyfriend, Gregory Lee, while also suggesting that Shirley did not break up with her baby’s father, Andy Ng. Shirley responded tersely, “There is no such thing! I have already explained all that needs to be said. I did not send any text messages to Gregory Lee and will not get back together with him!”
Shirley did not directly comment on her current relationship status with Andy Ng. Pushing aside her own love life for the moment, Shirley said she will only focus on her daughter and work.
Gregory Lee was also contacted regarding reunification rumors with Shirley. He said that he has not been in contact with Shirley for a lengthy period of time.
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