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Ex TVB Actress Shirley Yeung Wants Everybody To Know That She Really Has A Husband

He's just not in showbiz and is really shy.
Ex TVB Actress Shirley Yeung Wants Everybody To Know That She Really Has A Husband

Remember how netizens had this theory that former TVB actress Shirley Yeung's husband does not actually exist?

Well, it seems like the 43-year-old Miss Hong Kong 2001 winner really wants to address everyone's doubts now.

And the answer is: Yes, she really has a husband.

Shirley with her daughter Krystal and son Kody

In 2011, Shirley left her boyfriend of nine years, actor Gregory Lee, for Hongkong diver Andy Ng.

And though Shirley's relationship with Andy only lasted a few months, she later found herself pregnant with the diver's kid and eventually left showbiz to raise her daughter as a single mum

In 2019, Shirley surprised everyone again when she announced that she was pregnant with a second kid.

At that time, she shared that the baby's father was someone who was not in showbiz and that they had gotten married in America that same year.

She later welcomed her son Kody in Feb 2020. 

However, netizens have long speculated that Shirley's husband doesn't actually exist considering how she has never revealed his name or any detail about him. 

They also found it suspicious that Shirley's husband was not present when she gave birth to Kody, and that the boy takes Shirley's surname. 

But in a recent interview with Chinese newspaper Southern Weekly, she wants everyone to know that that's far from the truth. 

Shirley is evidently very happy with her family life now

During the interview, Shirley, who made her showbiz comeback in 2017, and is now a singer, actress and live streamer, said: "I do have a husband!"

"He's just not in showbiz, and he lives his life like a normal person. If we let people interview him, he may not be able to take it," she explained.

Shirley then went on to share that she doesn't get to spend much time with her two-year-old son. "I spent almost half a year in Guangzhou, so I am barely by his side. I do feel quite bad and I wish that I can accompany him more."

Photos: chinapress

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