Andrew Yuen Ties the Knot with Long-Time Girlfriend

Come Home Love: Lo and Behold <愛·回家之開心速遞> star Andrew Yuen (袁文傑) has been dating Jackeline Cheung (張潔蓮) for more than nine years. The couple started dating six months after meeting at a stage play performance in 2011. Despite the pandemic, the couple will be entering a new chapter in their lives as they filed their marriage registration.

Although Andrew successfully proposed to Jackeline in 2017 and had plans to tie the knot in 2018, the couple’s wedding plans were fraught with misfortunes. For reasons including a death in the family and the pandemic, Andrew and Jackeline postponed their wedding on several occasions. When Andrew’s mother passed away, the actor fell into depression and Jackeline did not feel resentful over the postponement of their wedding. Continued to be supportive of Andrew, Jackeline only hopes to be by Andrew’s side through the tough times.

With the pandemic’s end nowhere in sight, however, the couple finally decided to stop waiting and officially filed for marriage registration on December 3. When reached for comments, Andrew thanked the media for their congratulatory messages. Andrew expressed that both he and Jackeline prefer to keep things quiet and low-profile.

The marriage registration also showed that Jackeline, who works as a television host, is also a divorcee. Regarding his fiancee’s previous marriage, Andrew refused to make any comments.

Through many ups and downs together, the couple find each other to be one another’s support system. While Andrew shared that he is attracted to Jackeline’s simplicity, she is touched by his attentiveness in their daily lives. Recalling their dating days, Jackeline shared that Andrew often reminded her to hydrate and would even frequently fetch water for her. “Because of his actions, I would drink at least eight cups of water every day and my diet has become very healthy.”

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