TVB actress Shirley Yeung (楊思琦) returned to Hong Kong yesterday, causing a media frenzy with over 30 reporters at the airport, clustering to ask questions regarding her newborn daughter and the baby’s allegedly father, Andy Ng (吳帥). Although smiling pleasantly while greeting reporters, Shirley drew the line clearly and refused to respond to all questions regarding the baby’s father.
Donning a black cap and sunglasses, Shirley appeared to have lost her pregnancy weight. Accompanied by TVB executive, Virginia Lok (樂易玲), and Deputy Director of External Affairs, Tsang Sing Ming (曾醒明), Shirley greeted the press and thanked her family, friends, TVB, and especially Ms. Lok for lending their support. In the coming days, Shirley vowed that the most important thing was to take good care of her newborn daughter, Krystal.
Flying solo from Los Angeles, USA, Shirley revealed that her daughter took an earlier flight back to Hong Kong. Shirley stated, “The baby is too young; the camera flashes are not good for her!” When asked if her daughter will bear Shirley’s surname, she said, “Yes.”
Amidst the recent rumors of her breakup with Andy Ng and his disappearance, Shirley apparently predicted that her return to Hong Kong would likely cause a stir. Yet, she still chose this sensitive time to resume work immediately, fueling claims that she was eager to earn more money in order to pay for the existing mortgages of 3 houses, while raising her daughter on her own. Reporters asked for the identity of the baby’s father, but Shirley responded, “I will not respond to that question.” Asked if she had already broken up with the father of her daughter, she replied, “I will not respond.”
Ms. Lok interjected and said, “From now on, you need to listen to your mother more; no need to be so stubborn!” Shirley said, “Yes, I will listen to the company and Ms. Lok from now on.” Ms. Lok urged that there was no need to rush back to work, advising Shirley to take her time.
Speculations were rife as to what would occur once Shirley resumed work at TVB, where her ex-boyfriend of 9 years, Gregory Lee (李泳豪), also worked. Earlier, Gregory had indicated that he would offer Shirley help as a friend if she needed, but crossed out any chances of reconcilation. Shirley appeared to share the same sentiment, noting that she will not contact Gregory, as her intention was to focus on work and taking care of her daughter.
Afterward, Shirley posted a photo of Krystal and herself on her Weibo blog, “We have finally returned to Hong Kong! Although I feel a bit tired, it is a very warm feeling to return home!” Realizing that Shirley will have a difficult road ahead as a single mother, many fans voiced their support and complimented on the cuteness of her daughter. A few netizens continued to ask about the identity of the baby’s father.
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Jayne: I found Ms. Lok’s remark about Shirley listening to her mother, Mrs. Yeung, was quite inane. Shirley is a grown woman and capable of making her own decisions. She had carved this path and must face up to her own responsibilities right now. Things should be fine as long as she has the financial strength to meet ends meet, as well as love the baby unconditionally, regardless of what the baby’s father had done.