Koni Lui Celebrates Her 38th Birthday

The cast of Come Home Love: Lo and Behold <愛・回家之開心速遞> has always been known for being a big happy family who celebrates their birthdays together. On September 3, the beloved “Hung” family threw Koni Lui (呂慧儀) a 38th birthday bash just before they began their day’s filming on the set of their long-running sitcom.

In the photos and clips that Koni shared on Instagram, her castmates, including “sister” Joyce Tang (滕麗明), “dad” Lau Dan (劉丹), “uncle” Pal Sinn (單立文), and “boyfriend” Stanley Cheung (張景淳), were seen eagerly awaiting her arrival to surprise her with multiple cakes. Thrilled by their actions, Koni captioned her post, “So lucky to have this family. I am so blessed.”

She enthusiastically added many hashtags, such as “I am finally 25 years old this year” and “Only older than Kalok Chow (周嘉洛) by a little bit, thank you for the surprise.”

Photos and videos from the birthday celebration allowed fans to see the interaction between rumored couple Koni and Stanley behind the scenes. Many netizens were excited to see Stanley crowning the birthday girl with a small headpiece while the rest of the cast hummed the Miss Hong Kong theme song. Another clip captured Stanley taking a photo of Koni beaming behind the cakes. Friends and fans alike wished her a happy birthday on her post.

Source: Topick

This article is written by Hailey for JayneStars.com

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  1. Being cast in one of these TVB sitcoms feels like a great stroke of luck. These sitcoms do well in the ratings, and audiences see the actors every night, which leads to high visibility/recognition, and probably higher sponsorship dollars. The actors probably also work much more regular hours, and there is plenty of time to establish rapport with the rest of the cast and crew.

    1. @sasamii for sure. The regular hours are definitely lucrative for the ones with families and other ventures on the show like Angela Tong and Sukman Lam. But it’s not great for those still trying to move their career up to be first tier artists. LokYi n Jack Hui seem to be one of the few that gets meaty roles in primetime dramas. Feels bad for Stanley Cheung, I feel like he is stuck in come home love forever.

      1. @bubbles23 that’s true… it depends on where your career is, I guess. It’s a great jumping point for completely new artists, but there gets to be a point where I’m sure they want more. Stanley Cheung is unfortunately stuck in that middle ground.

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