Shirley Yeung Shares Photos of Daughter; Needs Quick Money to Pay for Mortgages
One day after announcing on Weibo that she had already given birth to her baby daughter, Hong Kong TVB actress, Shirley Yeung (楊思琦) was once again active on her blog today. She posted two photos of her daughter online, in which the baby was bundled in heavy clothes. While Shirley did not disclose her current whereabouts, it was speculated that she was resting postpartum at her brother’s house in Los Angeles, USA.
When Shirley refused to respond to press questions as to whether the baby’s rumored father, ex-diver, Andy Ng (吳帥), was also currently in Los Angeles, this fueled rumors that the pair had already broken up. Reportedly a single mother, Shirley was very eager to return to Hong Kong to earn money, to compensate for her 6-month leave of absence rom TVB.
Shirley owned 3 properties in Hong Kong, which were valued at more than $20 million (HKD) in total. While some friends suggested that she sell the properties to reduce her financial burden of paying for multiple mortgages totaling over $100,000 HKD per month, Shirley refused to do so. Thus, she was anxious to quickly increase her income by resuming work at TVB at the end of March.
In addition, Shirley refused to respond on the news of ex-boyfriend, Gregory Lee (李泳豪), finding a new girlfriend.
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Jayne: I do not expect Shirley to respond to rumors via Andy Ng until she returns to Hong Kong at the end of March. Let’s hope her situation is not as reported by the Hong Kong tabloids.
If the news were correct that Shirley’s 3 mortgages totaled over $100,000 HKD, she was making quite a reasonable income in the past.