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Jacqueline Wong rumoured to be pregnant

Wong has not returned to Hong Kong to take upon the opportunity or issues a statement about her new fate.




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The News Straits Times quoted China Post as saying that TVB actress Jacqueline Wong is rumoured to be pregnant and it is being circulated in Chinese social media channels.

Wong, 30 vomited while filming her drama The Maid Alliance last March which sparked the pregnancy rumours.

She said that she had a cold and that her former boyfriend Kenneth Ma brought her to see a doctor.

Ma broke up with Wong when she was caught kissing singer-actor Andy Hui in a taxi in April.

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Ma is due to be in Singapore for the StarHub Night Of Stars event on 24 Nov.

The latest rumour is based on the silence from Wong who left for Los Angeles to avoid public backlash after the kissing affair.

Photo: Screengrab from Instagram

She is believed to be learning to direct and acting there but speculation is rife she is preparing for childbirth.

Her employer TVB has given her a second chance by broadcasting her shows that were initially canned.

Wong has not returned to Hong Kong to take upon the opportunity or issues a statement about her new fate.

Veteran Singapore-born actor Hugo Ng has asked the public to forgive Wong.

According to JayneStars as reported by News Straits Times Ng told radio announcer Candy Chea on the RTHK radio programme ‘Those Were The Days’ that Wong, despite her negative image was a serious, disciplined and talented actress.

“She is very smart, and quickly found her chemistry with the main actor Owen Cheung in our new TVB drama series Finding Her Voice.

“Private lives and careers should be taken separately. These are two different things that cannot be put together.

“We’ve all made mistakes before that is why it is important for all of us to have forgiving hearts,” said Ng.

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