Augustine Lee Refuses to Send Blessings Towards New Mother, Shirley Yeung
Hong Kong TVB actress, Shirley Yeung (楊思琦), announced today that she had already given birth to her baby daughter. Shirley’s announcement generated mixed reactions from the public. Ex-boyfriend, Gregory Lee (李泳豪) and his parents wished Shirley well in her new role as a mother. However, Gregory’s elder brother appeared to be still upset at Shirley and refused to send his blessings!
While the unmarried Shirley did not openly declare the identity of the father, it was a known secret that he was ex-diver, Andy Ng (吳帥). It was rumored that Shirley became pregnant with Andy’s baby while still dating Gregory Lee, which prompted her to finally break off their 9-year relationship with Gregory under scandalous circumstances. Shirley had initially confessed to Gregory that she was pregnant with another man’s child, a story which led many to condemn her actions, including the Lee family.
As reported by On.cc, Gregory’s twin brother, Augustine Lee (李泳漢), commented, “It is a happy occurrence to have a baby and customary to send one’s blessings. However, this was not a proud incident in my family. She hurt my family member(s); I do not know how to wish her well!” Augustine and mother, Sze Ming (施明), noted that the timing of Shirley’s pregnancy and subsequent delivery indicated that the truth of the matter had finally unfolded.
Despite this, Sze Ming, forgave Shirley for lying last year when discussing the love triangle with Gregory and Andy Ng in interviews. As a woman, Sze Ming understood the trials and tribulations of motherhood and wished Shirley well.
Gregory’s father, Lee Ka Ding (李家鼎), was extremely vocal in blasting Shirley last year. The last several months has calmed down Ding Yeh’s anger and he sent his blessings. Ding Yeh explained that there was no need to hold a continuous grudge, “The baby is not guilty. Shirley did not kill my father!” Since photos of a pregnant Shirley was published last December, Ding Yeh was not surprised by the birth announcement.
Although the Lee family may have moved on with their lives, Shirley’s birth announcement appeared to have sparked the public’s renewed eagerness in placing moral judgement upon her personal choices in life.
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