Mandy Wong Delays Her Marriage Plans

Dating jewelry executive Anthony Chim (詹天文) for eight years, Mandy Wong (‎黃智雯) reveals that the couple is ready to take their relationship to the next level. She disclosed that they had planned to possibly get married this year, however like many people, the couple’s life plans were put on hold by the pandemic.

“Health is the top priority at the moment. I’m going to place all my energy into doing my best at work.  However, big life milestones will be completed for sure,” the 37-year-old actress said.

Currently working on Detective Investigative Diaries <刑偵日記>, Mandy was seen filming a hospital scene earlier this week. Portraying the role of a bomb demolition expert, Mandy’s character was admitted to the hospital for treatment after she got injured. The scene spoke of her getting bullied by her boss Wai Kar Hung (韋家雄), but luckily, Vincent Wong (王浩信) swoops in to help her out.

The hospital scene was filmed within TVB’s studios. Asked if the set location was due to Hong Kong’s recent resurgence of COVID-19 infections, Mandy clarified that the studio was booked in advance and not because of new restrictions over filming.

As good friend Nancy Wu (胡定欣) will be filming medical drama Big White Duel 2 <白色強人> soon due to her renewed contract with TVB, reporters asked Mandy if she had helped convince her to stay. Mandy stated that she did not give Nancy any advice, as the actress has her own thoughts and opinions, but she hopes they can collaborate in the future. Despite their years of friendship, they did not have a lot of dramas together, as Mandy had entered TVB at a later date. “I hope we can try something different and film a drama where we have a lot of conflict, and we can even slap each other!”

Source: Ming Pao

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  1. i feel for any couples that were supposedly been holding big banquets and weddings since the pandemic and the foreseeable near future. Many of them booked the venues years ahead and some have already paid expenses such as hotel reservation, meals, and decor. While somethings might be refundable but the invites and time investment are not. It must be like going through fruitless exercise.

    1. @m0m0 My friend got married this month, but because of the pandemic, she only signed papers. 🙁 I feel so bad for them and anyone else too who are in this situation. Hopefully, Mandy can have her wedding soon ^^

  2. My friend got married in the pandemic as they had set the date which was meaningful to them. They did the signing at the registrar with one patient each and then zoomed everyone else to dinner at home. It was lovely even though we could not physically attend.

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