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Mimi Kung leaves husband after 20 years of marriage

Their reason for divorce was both of them are staying apart. Leading different lives led to both of them to feel the need to have individual spaces




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Mimi Kung Tse-Yan, a Hong Kong actress has recently split with her husband and is one of the latest celebrities to have ended their relationship.

She is splitting up with her husband actor Wei Lin.

According to Sin Chew Daily, Kung’s manager said that the couple had been staying apart for some time and was in the midst of divorce.

“Their reason for divorce was both of them are staying apart. Leading different lives led to both of them to feel the need to have individual spaces.

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“Their children also understand the matter and respect their decision. Kung wishes Lin a happy life ahead,” the daily reported.

Kung’s famous roles include starring as Guan Yin in TVB series Journey to the West, together with Dicky Cheung.
The news about the split came after Lin, whom Kung had been married to for 20 years, was caught kissing a woman passionately on the streets of Taiwan.

When Lin was contacted by the media after the kissing photo went viral, he admitted he had been separated from Kung and was seeing another woman for the past three months.

He revealed to Taiwanese media that he and Kung had been sleeping separately for many years and due to the children, he slowed down on his acting career.

Kung wanted Lin to return to acting since their children have grown up.

“I am a simple man since last time. I do not hold lofty ambitions. Hong Kong does not suit me. I feel the family does not need me anymore,” he was quoted as saying.

The 50-year-old said that his new love, Cora was an excellent woman who can give him a sense of security.

Ashley, the couple’s 19-year-old daughter said her parents were still friends despite the divorce.

“I am not affected. I just follow the flow,” she told Hong Kong media.

Asked if her father had introduced Cora to her, Ashley said she would leave it to her father to reveal but as his daughter, she wished him well.

The Hong Kong University undergraduate was also open to the idea for her mother to fall in love again.

“I am very open minded. At this age and time, I want everyone to be happy. My parents love me a lot and I am very blessed.”








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