Single mother, Shirley Yeung (楊思琦), resumed work and made her first public appearance at a promotional event since returning to Hong Kong on March 22nd. Denying earlier claims that she was suffering from postpartum depression, Shirley appeared bright and cheerful. As for questions involving her daughter’s father, Andy Ng (吳帥), Shirley admitted that their relationship was over, “We do not have any more ties!”
Yesterday, Shirley wore a lemon-colored dress with a modest neckline. Due to recent child birth, her breasts appeared to be full of milk and more voluptuous than before. Shirley was currently breastfeeding and bottle feeding baby Krystal. Shirley’s mother helped with changing diapers and bathing the baby.
Smiling widely when greeting the media, Shirley denied that she was suffering from postpartum depression, contrary to what TVB executive, Virginia Lok (樂易玲) had noted earlier. Returning from Los Angeles, USA three weeks ago, Shirley was affected by jet lag and the recent weather, which gave Ms. Lok the impression that she was not well. “Perhaps Ms. Lok said that because she was concerned about me!”
Shirley Yeung and Andy Ng Broke Up
The public’s most pressing concern was the current relationship status between Shirley and Andy Ng. It was asked whether her daughter’s birth certificate bore Andy Ng’s name as the father. Asked whether she was in contact with Andy, Shirley replied, “We do not have any more ties!”
Asked if Andy was married to another woman, Shirley said, “I will not respond or comment! My first priority is my daughter right now!” Shirley deflected the question of what if Andy wished to see Krystal, “We do not have any more ties!” Shirley’s response indicated that she and Andy have indeed broken up, although the reasons were not explained.
Quelling fears that she was suffering from depression, Shirley maintained that her emotional state was fine. “What are you saying? I have always been a cheerful and happy person, especially after having a child. I will not let things affect my daughter. I will strive to have a positive impact on her!” Shirley realized that being a single mother was difficult, but will try her best in raising her daughter alone.
Putting aside her romantic grievances, Shirley was motivated to focus on work once again. “Everyone knows that I have worked hard for many years. I am well known as ‘Frugal Sister’ in the past.” She felt fortunate that she had always worked for her own money and did not have to rely on anyone for financial support. It was rumored that Shirley’s appearance fee at yesterday’s promotional event was $120,000 HKD. Apparently recent negative rumors only increased her exposure and commercial value!
Will Not Trouble Gregory Lee
Motherhood and romantic heartbreak hit Shirley at the same time, not allowing her to slow down. However, she was determined to not look back, especially when asked about her ex-boyfriend of 9 years, Gregory Lee (李泳豪). Shirley stated that she had no contact with Gregory. “The past is over! I do not want my problems to affect others.” If the pair happened to film for the same drama, Shirley will not mind such an arrangement.
Watch Video Clip of Shirley Yeung Discussing Breakup
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Jayne: The Hong Kong paparazzi is amazing. One month ago, even before Shirley returned to Hong Kong, they already received word that Andy Ng had broken up with Shirley. The rumors turned out to be true.
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