Is Christy Chung Pregnant with Fourth Child?

By on March 27, 2019 in NEWS

Is Christy Chung Pregnant with Fourth Child?

Although 48-year-old actress Christy Chung (鍾麗緹) has three beautiful daughters from two previous marriages, she has declared that she wants to have another baby with current current husband, actor Shawn Zhang (張倫碩). Spotted with a belly bump while out shopping, the couple may have good news to announce soon!

In 2015, the couple fell in love while filming Chinese reality show Perhaps Love <如果愛>. In 2016, Christy married Shawn, who is 12 years younger than her. Despite the age gap, the couple gets along very well and Shawn has always been a good stepfather to Christy’s daughters.

Head-over-heels in love, the couple even declared they want to have a baby together. It was reported that Christy flew to the United States to get in-vitro fertilization, but missed out on the opportunity to get pregnant at the time due to filming obligations.

Recent photos of Christy surfaced, in which she was wearing a tight tracksuit while out shopping with her mother-in-law. Seen playing on her cell phone, Christy’s obvious belly bulge seemed to indicate that she is at least in her first trimester.

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This article is written by Su for JayneStars.com.

24 comments to Is Christy Chung Pregnant with Fourth Child?

  1. coralie says:

    Even though it’s selfish to have children at her age now, I know she will make a great parent as she’s been involved in all of her kids’ lives.

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    • mike replied:

      @coralie Didn’t understand what you mean until I googled and this came up. “Fertility expert James Goldfarb says that during his 30 years in the field, he has never seen a woman get pregnant with her own eggs after age 46.” hmmm so guess its her new husband that wants a baby and they’ll need help with donor eggs.

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    • hetieshou replied:

      @coralie
      Why do you think it is selfish? My late mom had me at 39 and my younger brother at 42 and we are fine. But we were her last ones(8th and 9th child). She is 48-49 if I remember correctly but yes that is late to have kids but what if it is her husband that wants it? Maybe he wants a son?

      My mom claimed that her friend’s mom had her last kid in her 50s but she is fine. I guess anything is possible in the world.

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      • coralie replied:

        @hetieshou @mike because when her kid’s in her 20s, she’ll be 70s. even as a teen, christy will be in her 60s, and will not have energy for her not to mention she doesn’t have a lot of time with her kids left. Imagine potentially losing a parent at 20 or 30 or constantly worried about their mortality. That’s not something kids want to think about when young. If her husband’s the one who wants a kid, he’s much younger and understandable…but still selfish. His wife would have a much harder time parenting and his daughter will not benefit as much as Christy’s other children

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      • hetieshou replied:

        @coralie
        I know what you mean but it truly depends as I lost my dad in my early 20s and my mom in my late 30s. My parents had bad health all their lives and even as a child, I constantly worried when they were going to leave me. I also sacrificed it all to care for them myself. It was hard but I tried my best. But age is not the only factor. My late grandma lived until 100 so my late mom was lucky to have her mom for most of her life but lost her dad early too.

        In their case, they have money and are more privileged so of course would have way more help than the average citizens like us. You truly wonder how involved they will be as parents. But it is their choice so who are we to judge. Like I mentioned about my mom’s friend’s mom having her last kid in her 50s as my mom claimed, she was there for her kid until her 30s at least. However, she was lucky to be in good health even in her later years and lived a long life. But I guess overall it truly depends and age is only one factor. What if Christy lives a long life?who knows?

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      • coralie replied:

        @hetieshou My dad is a lot older than my mom, and even as a kid, I constantly worried over his health and his age. Even if Christy lives a long life, what is the quality of life that she has? What about the quality of life her kids have? At least the older ones, they can chip in time and energy to take care of their mom, but the youngest? She doesn’t even have the chance to live her life before she has to take care of her older parent. Yes, if there’s money, then the parents can be easily taken care of. But most Asian kids don’t want to resort to that, as it’s considered unfilial.

        There’s no two ways about it; having kids at an old age is a selfish move. Whether financially, physically or emotionally, the kids get the short end of the stick when they’re born to much older parents.

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      • janet72 replied:

        @coralie her husband should know his wife is in her late 40s…where is she going to find the energy to bring up the youngest child? she can keep herself fit by exercising, keeping a strict diet etc…but the fact is she is hitting her 50s.

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  2. cutie777 says:

    That’s crazy she’s going to start over again? At her age? I don’t understand why mens married an older woman who’s alots of older than they are and want to have a child with them is it possible? I mean she’s already have 3 daughters just treat them like your own. I don’t know how old Catherine Hung is but I heard she’s alots of older than her husband too and she’s lucky to have another child with her husband also a good looking guy too.

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    • wm2017 replied:

      @cutie777 I think Catherine Hung is in her 40s too when she had a 2nd child but not as old as this one here. I u/s what you mean at age 48?? OMG…I would rather be childless than to be a parent and in her case 4th time. Sigh…..You gotta hand it to these women.

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      • cutie777 replied:

        @wm2017 yes it reminds me of Carol Chu Andy Lau wife? It’s sad to see them get pregnant at this late age. Oh I forgot to mention Janet Jackson she’s the first oldest mom that I ever seen pregnant with first child at age 50? I can’t imagine that how she does it.

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      • hetieshou replied:

        @cutie777
        Why is it sad? Andy and Carol managed to have a healthy daughter even late in life. Having kids early in life is not always a good thing, especially when you are not ready. Yes, Janet Jackson had a kid at 50 which is a miracle but hey if someone like Donald Trump can be President of the US, then anything is possible in this world.

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    • hetieshou replied:

      @cutie777
      Catherine Hung was born in 1971 so is one year younger than Christy. But she had her kid with her current husband sooner, however, she was in her 40s too. Ok this is what my late parents told me, they said that you can have a kid in your 40s( my mom had my little brother in her 40s and he is fine) even back then. But with all of the technological help these days,why is everyone worried that they cannot have kids? Maybe they want a son? Plus, step children are only step children since people of course want their own.

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      • megamiaow replied:

        @hetieshou Having children late is high risk for a reason. The obvious one is having a baby with Downs. I do know someone who this has happened to during late pregnancy and its heartbreaking.

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      • hetieshou replied:

        @megamiaow
        I know that but it depends and age is not the only factor. My mom had my youngest brother at 42 and he was her last one. But he is the tallest and healthiest one out of all our siblings. I have known young women who have had kids with Downs too. My main point is age is just one of the many factors in having healthy children or not but is not the only one. I can say that if I cannot have my own then I will let it be and adopt if I can. Luckily I have plenty of siblings and nephews already so even if I could not have my own, I have to accept it. Having kids is not a meet all end all.

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      • megamiaow replied:

        @hetieshou Yes but the cases that it is fine do not mitigate the high risks thay still exists. I.e compared to a young woman in her 20s and early 30s, women in 40s have much more complications. At 25 the risk of downs is 1 in 1350, at 40 it is 1 in 85. Thats massive. Of course the choice is always up to the individual, but there should still be a general caution and education of for this, especially as most women are having babies later and later in life these days. Im in 30s and do take heed of this.

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      • hetieshou replied:

        @megamiaow
        Well obviously, but once again my main point is age is not the only factor. Get it? I have never heard of those numbers and not sure how accurate they are and will vary depending on each individual. I am positive most if not all women know that having kids later is higher risk but if they want it enough, they can still have healthy kids later. My former friend’s mom had her at 47 and she is fine. But another big factor that many refuse to acknowledge is luck! I remember Jimmyszeto saying one thing that I will never forget, having kids is not a meet all end all. He is so right!

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      • megamiaow replied:

        @hetieshou No I think its you that dont get it. Age is a huge factor. All you keep doing is using the odd successful examples and ignoring the ones where they are not.

        And its all scientific, the body grows older. Genetic complications develop. Its really irresponsible to just say if you want it enough everything will be ok.

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      • wm2017 replied:

        @megamiaow I don’t remember how many times she’s repeated on the history on the women in her circle who had kids at an older age and successfully had great off-springs on this site. I wouldn’t think too much of it. lol

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      • hetieshou replied:

        @wm2017
        What is that supposed to mean? Sorry but I am offended by your comment. First of all, my point is yes age is a factor but if you still want to have kids later on in life, you can. It is of course way more risky but not impossible. I was just using cases I know personally as examples and you all shoot it down like once you hit 40 then it is the end of the road. My late parents were traditional but never once forced me to have kids early or anything. They always encouraged me to not get discouraged about it even if I am a bit older. But hey having kids is not everything as I have seen many these days have them just to have them and devote no time to them and form no bonds at all. What is the point of having kids then?

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      • megamiaow replied:

        @wm2017 Agree I’ll just take my common sense and leave.

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      • hetieshou replied:

        @megamiaow
        Dude, I have said that I agree that age is one of the factors BUT is not the only one! You do not seem to get that…. I did NOT say that just because anyone wants anything that they will get it and be ok. It depends on their luck and it does not apply to having kids only! Do not accuse me of saying anything I did not say.

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      • megamiaow replied:

        @hetieshou lol, you need to calm down DUDE. You views are obviously personally biased on this subject so Im not going to even bother.

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  3. janet72 says:

    Christy is 48. her eldest daughter will be 21 soon. the gap between the eldest and youngest is 21 years difference!
    when Christy is 50, her child will be 2.
    what if the youngest is a girl? is she going to try again for a boy? if her 36 year old hubby gets along fine with his step daughters, why is there a need to have a kid?

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    • wm2017 replied:

      @janet72 Some people especially Asians probably wants their own flesh and blood. I am not saying all Asians but pretty sure there are still some who never think of adoption as a solution but own flesh and blood is their target. Also, some women probably think having kids will bond their younger partners to them forever than those who are childless regardless of how many children she previously had w/others it’s not his? I think of such big age gaps like I would remember of Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore. I mean I didn’t goggle their age exactly or how much of a diff they have but I knew they wouldn’t last. I mean at that moment when that AK got DM, probably he didn’t think of kids but as he gets older DM can’t even have a kid anymore and he changed his mind. Sometimes different stages in our life we want different things and our mindsets change. CC is probably this young dude’s IDOL as you can tell younger ones often gets infatuated the way they talked about them. I watched her movies since young blab blab… Just like that Adia & the younger husband from China – The dude sounded like he’s in cloud nine for marrying his idol. If he never wanted kids to begin with now or forever good for her it might last. If he does change his mind later on in life, it’s bye bye land.

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