Jeannie Chan Hopes to Get Married in Near Future
While there is no family pressure, the 30-year-old feels ready for marriage.
Visiting her relatives in Canada previously, actress Jeannie Chan’s (陳瀅) two-week trip became a three-month stay due to COVID-19. Returning to Hong Kong for the filming of upcoming drama Seven Princesses <七公主> recently, she shared that having time to reflect on life has made her alter her perspective.
Enjoyed Time with Family
After completing her 14-day home quarantine, Jeanie met up with her girl clique including actresses Sisley Choi (蔡思貝), Anjaylia Chan (陳嘉寶) and Stephanie Ho (何雁詩). She was also spotted walking her two dogs near her home while well-protected in glasses, cap, and mask.
Grateful about her prolonged stay in Canada, Jeannie said, “This was the longest time I spent with my family in 10 years.” She was also glad to be able to accompany her grandmother and nephew, adding, “My sister had a son who’s very adorable. He looks like me so I keep telling everyone that’s my son!”
Work is No Longer Top Priority
After her high-profile romance with Arnaldo Ho (何猷亨), son of Macau’s casino billionaire Stanley Ho (何鴻燊), Jeannie was later rumored with another rich second generation William Lau (劉德俊), and actors Alex Fong (方力申) and Carlos Chan (陳家樂). Stepping into her 30s this year, she shared, “No pressure from my family, but the pandemic made me see things differently. I used to focus wholly on work in the past without caring about marriage. Now, I think the time is right, not because there’s a someone now, but because the [pandemic] made me reflect on what’s most important in life.”
Given her stressful experience dating Arnaldo, Jeannie was asked if she would consider dating a rich second generation again. She replied, “The relationship really faced a lot of criticism. To be honest, I have a phobia as I’ve been scarred!” Spotted in Arnaldo’s car at the beginning of this year, Jeannie clarified that she remains good friends with her exes and would meet them up for the occasional meal. Lamenting how she has few chances to meet new people, she added hopefully, “The astrologer said I might get married maybe two or three years later. I hope it’s accurate!”
Source: Yahoo HK
This article is written by JoyceK for JayneStars.com.