Sammi Cheng and Andy Hui to Go on World Cruise for Honeymoon

By on March 2, 2014 in NEWS

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In November 2013, the longtime couple Andy Hui (許志安) and Sammi Cheng (鄭秀文) married in  a chapel situated on top of a private beach hotel in Bali, Indonesia, inviting only a few of their immediate family members. In May of this year, the couple plans to hold a six-table wedding banquet in Hong Kong to celebrate with their relatives.

Reportedly, Andy initially purchased a Hermès ring worth over $100,000 HKD for Sammi’s wedding ring, but Sammi was not satisfied with it, explaining that the style was too old-fashioned and invaluable. He then picked out a $500,000 HKD diamond ring from Van Cleef & Arpels, but Sammi said the ring had “too many diamonds.” Andy then settled with a much cheaper $70,000 HKD Boucheron Quatre ring, which Sammi immediately accepted, calling it “trendy”.

Laughing at Andy’s desperateness, close friends of the pair joked that Andy is a dealer of imported stocks. Andy said he has already waited for Sammi for over twenty years and does not mind spending more money for her. One of Hong Kong’s richest celebrities, Sammi herself has a self-worth of over $100 million HKD, but Andy said, “After marriage, I will not spend a single penny from her.”

Sammi Wants a Low Profile Wedding

Reportedly, Andy and Sammi had a few disagreements in regards to their wedding plans – while Sammi wanted to keep the dinner banquet simple, even opting to not wear a wedding dress, Andy’s family hoped for a larger wedding so they could invite all of their relatives and extended family members. “Andy’s eight older brothers are all married and they hope to hold a few dozen tables for their relatives, but Sammi doesn’t want that,” an insider revealed. “Andy said his wife makes the final decision, so they finally settled on holding a six-table banquet.”

For their honeymoon, Andy and Sammi decided on a world cruise from Europe, with stops in Egypt, the Caribbean, and Japan. The couple will be taking their vacation from May to July.

Source: ihktv.com 

This article is written by Addy for JayneStars.com.

20 comments to Sammi Cheng and Andy Hui to Go on World Cruise for Honeymoon

  1. david says:

    Oh my gosh that face!!!!!!! Sammi Cheng scares the hell out of me!

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    • windy replied:

      Actually, they both scare me. haha LOL…

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  2. lemongrass says:

    Happy for them. Not many couples can survive so many years of ups-and-downs before marriage. Guess they will remain strong even after marriage. Hoping for the best for them.

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  3. Tammy says:

    WHOA…. Cruising for that long? I went on a 7 day Caribbean cruise and it was more than enough for me LOL

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    • :) replied:

      I know, me too…it was actually really boring if more than a week.

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    • sandcherry replied:

      It is not much fun to be on a Caribbean cruise ………. all ports are more or less the same. If you don’t like watching shows or dancing, there is not much to do in the evening.

      However, if you go on other cruises, such as to Asia, Europe, Alaska, Hawaii, Australia, New Zealand or South America, it is a lot more exciting. Caribbean cruises are the most boring ones. It is more for relaxation and fine dining.

      I love cruising …….. as I don’t have to pack and unpack when I travel from one destination to another.

      World cruise is a bit too much for me ……. some of them are over 100 days.

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      • LeilaFan replied:

        Yes
        I also think due to the age of Sammi and Andy, already 40+ and 50+, make sense that they like to relax and enjoy fine dining.

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      • Funn Lim replied:

        After reading that horror cruise where those on board had no clean water/food/toilet for god knows how many days, I am staying away from cruises.

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      • Bubblez replied:

        I have been on a Caribbean cruise before, but it is an unpleasant one because when we were coming back, it was the beginning of a storm. =.=

        But generally speaking, I love cruising and meeting new people 🙂

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      • HeTieShou replied:

        I would love to go on a cruise but then I heard that crimes can happen aboard and the people committing those crimes cannot be charged in the middle of the sea. I have heard some getting away with things and people who were kidnapped and never found.

        I once went on an old boat on a field trip and got a bit seasick, so am a bit afraid to go on a cruise. However, it seem so fun and exciting… Hope to go one day.

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      • sandcherry replied:

        @HeTieShou
        I got seasickness quite easily and I was always against going on cruises until I saw a big cruise ship on a trip to Ft. Lauderdale. It was the “Caribbean Princess” when it was first launched. It was huge and fascinating. I started to doubt if I would still have seasickness on cruises.

        I then took a one-day cruise from Ft. Launderdale to Bahamas, and the sea was quite rough on my trip. I took Gravol on my way and I felt nothing but sleepy. I decided to just wear a bracelet for seasickness on my return. I was okay and even able to dance quite a bit. The ship was very small compared to “Princess Caribbean”. That was my very first experience on a 1-day cruise!

        All the cruise ships are huge and very comfortable. If you still worry about getting seasickness, bring along some Gravol, medicated bracelets and ear-patches. I never had to take anything on any of my cruises.

        As for crimes committed on cruise ships, I have never heard of one (I have been on more than 10 cruises). Security is super high on the ship. Every time when you get on and off the ship, you will have to go through security, just like what you do on a plane.

        When people talked about kidnapping and crimes on cruises, I think they meant “crimes on shores”. It can happen if you get on shore by yourself or in small groups in places such as Spain, Italy, Greece, Mexico, South America, or even some Caribbean Islands. However, if you join the shore excursions organized by the cruise lines, the chances are almost NIL. Always avoid talking to strangers and carrying purses on your back, be more attentive when you bring along expensive jewellery and cameras, just bring small amount of money with you. You will be very safe then. I usually carry a small purse with a credit card, personal IDs, a ship card and some money (like $50).

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      • Bubblez replied:

        HeTieShou
        I have been on 4-5 cruises and I only got seasick once but that was due to the storm. And I also agree with sandcherry that the security on the ship and off the ship is pretty strict as well. And if you are worrying for seasickness, bring some gravol or before going on a cruise, drink some ginger ale/apple juice (my parents said that it helps reduce the chance of getting motion sickness and it did work for my siblings and I). But if you usually go with the ship’s shore excursions, the chance of leaving someone behind or getting kidnapped is very small. And I also never heard of a crime on the ships I have been on. But it also depends on the destination of the ship and the route.

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    • TVBFanatic replied:

      Caribbean cruises are a bit difficult because you can’t really just “get off the ship” at your own leisure. It’s safer to take a cruise tour, but those are expensive and you are limited to what you can do. On our last Cruise Tour we were actually warned by our guide not to walk outside the main city shopping district :p That said, my wife and I don’t mind taking them fully knowing that we’ll just relax onboard the ship reading, or using the deck facilities.

      Cruises to places like Alaska, Europe, and even the US/Canada Eastern Seaboard are really good because you can just walk off the ship and explore the cities at your own pace.

      The idea that cruises are “for older couple” is really incorrect. Most cruises I’m on actually are filled with young couples with young children. My son loves cruising with us.

      I have enjoyed several cruises and am looking forward to my next cruise 🙂 They really can’t be beat when it comes to the entertainment on board, the food and guest services. I enjoy it more than “all-inclusives” because at least with the cruise you are seeing different scenery every day. We find that cruise vacation are pretty much like any other vacation, meaning that by the end of them you are just happy to be back home 🙂

      Funn – you can’t dismiss something because of one incident. To do so would remove pretty much ever leaving your home 😛

      Love to cruise 🙂

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      • sandcherry replied:

        TVBFanatic
        Agree with you absolutely ….. “They really can’t be beat when it comes to the entertainment on board, the food and guest services. I enjoy it more than “all-inclusives” because at least with the cruise you are seeing different scenery every day” in A RELAXING MANNER. You can choose whatever excursions you want ….. whole day, half day, morning or afternoon. You don’t have to worry about finding a decent restaurant for lunch and dinner, and the prices are very reasonable. Hotels can easily cost you CAD200.00+ per day, and it does not include food, transportation and entertainment. You can have as many meals as you wish ……. some people eat 6+ meals per day on board. Service is excellent on most ships and rooms are small but clean and well-equipped. There are all kinds of activities on board, playing cards/bridge, bingo, shows, lectures, sports, karaoke, library, casino, movies, swimming, spa, dancing, etc. and etc.

        We love cruising, and we take all our trips now on cruises.

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  4. shiok says:

    so, it is confirmed they married as the past news said its not confirm…anyway, so happy for this world class celebrities married…sammi cheng has indeed matured in thinking wisely in this relationship by not acting diva-ass anymore

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  5. bloom says:

    They were separated for so many years and finally reunited. They’re destined, congrats.

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  6. happybi says:

    So happy for them!!! Congratulations for sure. Hope they stay happy always.

    As for cruising.. Love it myself! Best when traveling with a big family with kids as no need to make plan for anything. Can just eat and play on the ship! So relaxing. Love it!

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    • kiwi replied:

      Agreed. They look happy to together.

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  7. sakailoong says:

    yong kah hoe loves sammi and hates anndy hui the idiot.

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  8. HeTieShou says:

    They are truly fated to be and end up together. So happy for them and fate truly shows in their case.

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