Phoebe Sin Was Worried About Having a Miscarriage

By on December 24, 2018 in NEWS

Phoebe Sin Was Worried About Having a Miscarriage

This year has been very meaningful for Phoebe Sin (單文柔) as she married Ruco Chan (陳展鵬) in October and now they are expecting a baby. She expressed that every day is a learning process for her and that she is very relaxed, joking that she has not started scouting for kindergartens yet. However, Ruco is the exact opposite, constantly worrying about every little detail.

She disclosed that she recently was bumped by a passerby when venturing out by herself. After the incident, her stomach hurt for a couple of hours making her extremely worried. “I was scared. But I knew Ruco was working at the time, so I didn’t tell him because I didn’t want him to be distracted.” When Ruco found out, his protective side came out and he wanted to become Phoebe’s personal bodyguard! “He tries his best to come to all of my doctor appointments, but it is difficult because he is currently filming a drama and sometimes has to travel to Mainland China. So I get my friends and family to accompany me instead.”

Since Ruco learned that he would become a father, he has been very invested in the process. He even transformed into a carpenter, making the baby crib from scratch. As well, he has taken on the role as Phoebe’s personal masseuse and therapist. “He would research about the physical and mental changes of an expecting mother so that we can learn together. We have also enrolled in a prenatal yoga class.” When asked if she is jealous of all the attention Ruco is giving their baby, she said, “I told him that we haven’t even had our honeymoon yet so we haven’t enjoyed any time as just the two of us. I made a pact with him that when the baby arrives, he can’t focus all of his attention on him/her and forget about me!”


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7 comments to Phoebe Sin Was Worried About Having a Miscarriage

  1. jimmyszeto says:

    It’s quite normal to not have the honeymoon yet when ‘pregnant before marriage’….

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    • passingby replied:

      @jimmyszeto lol so true. I don’t get how in this day and age people can still have “accidents”.

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      • jimmyszeto replied:

        Usually the excuse these days is ‘we saw each other as marriage partners anyway’. When Athena Chu said that after fully promoting no sex before marriage for years, I felt it was an insult to the other Christians who actually followed the process.

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      • potatochip replied:

        @jimmyszeto I don’t know, but has there been any Christian starlet that were successful in their virginity before marriage proclamations?

        These stars are so silly. There’s no need to announce such a personal conviction. It’s a false virtue because there is nothing wrong with having sex before marriage. A woman’s value should not be centered on whether she is a virgin or not.

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      • passingby replied:

        @jimmyszeto ikr, if they can’t practise what they preach then they shouldn’t make such bold proclamations. Or else pl take proper precautions to ensure no accidents, otherwise they will only make themselves laughing stocks. @potatochip I’m not Christian but I googled and yes the bible does say that sex should only be between husband and wife. Even in schools they teach kids that sex should rightfully be reserved till after marriage but of cos in today’s age, casual and premarital sex is prevalent.

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      • janet72 replied:

        @passingby it’s rather obvious those who got pregnant before the marriage is unlikely to have a honeymoon…some examples would be Hawick/yang mi, Vincent/yoyo. actually it’s still possible to have a honeymoon, just that the woman would have to be mindful of activities and what she eats.

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  2. potatochip says:

    I remember having cramps early in one of my pregnancies. It’s an unsettling feeling knowing the worst can happen but you can’t do anything about it. Glad it passed for her.

    The uterus is actually very well insulated in the first to early second trimester. It is unlikely that a simple bump can cause miscarriage. And if it weren’t for the woman feeling terrible with nausea and fatigue, it is actually safe to travel. I loved the second trimester where it was great to travel, the yucky feelings were gone, and I can eat as much as I wanted.

    And Ruco built a crib? That’s really attractive.

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