Moses and Aimee Chan Name Their Son “Aiden”
Although Christmas is still four weeks away, Moses Chan (陳豪) and Aimee Chan’s (陳茵媺) “biggest present” has already arrived! Their son, Aiden, was born on December 3 and weighed six pounds and eleven ounces. Moses said, “The baby does not look like me. He is already very handsome at birth!”
On Tuesday, Moses was scheduled to appear at a TVB event, but Aimee showed signs that she was ready to give birth. The couple rushed to Canossa Hospital and Aimee was in labor for six hours. Beside Aimee in the delivery room, Moses recalled, “She was [in a lot of pain] as it’s not easy to give birth. She was very strong and in good form, which made the process go smoothly. I was very nervous and couldn’t really help her. She had to rely on her own strength.”
Moses cut Aiden’s umbilical cord and said, “The feeling was very moving and wondrous. But I didn’t cry because I was too nervous.”
Aimee is still recovering in the hospital and will be breastfeeding the baby. Although she indicated interest to continue her acting career after becoming a mother, it is not clear when she will resume filming with TVB. Moses said he will be supportive of Aimee’s decision. The couple will enjoy Aiden’s first year of life and consider having another child later.
Moses plans to decrease his immediate workload so he can spent more time with Aimee and Aiden over the next few weeks. In order to provide for the family, Moses may have more ambitious career plans ahead. In January, his management contract with TVB is set to expire and rumors claim that Moses will head to mainland China to film for Jonathan Chik’s (戚其義) new drama. Moses answered discreetly, “I’ll talk about that later.”
After completing his work yesterday evening, Moses, his mother, and elder brother went to the hospital to visit Aimee. Moses’ mother was visibly excited by Aiden’s arrival, but Aimee’s parents have not flown in from Canada yet to meet their new grandson.
Bernice Liu Will Not Send a Gift
Moses’ ex-girlfriend, Bernice Liu (廖碧兒), heard from the press that Moses and Aimee’s son was born two days ago. Since she just returned to Hong Kong, she has not seen the baby’s photos yet. Asked whether she will call Moses to congratulate him, Bernice said, “I’ll offer my blessings through the press.” Asked if she will buy a gift for the newborn, Bernice said that “the most important thing is to send blessings” and she wished good health to the baby.
This article is written by Jayne for JayneStars.com.