After dating businessman William Lui (雷偉信) for ten years, Sharon Chan (陳敏之) finally tied the knot in Bali last week.
Staying for a short week to enjoy the beautiful beaches, Sharon has returned to Hong Kong and resumed work. Sporting her new 5-carat diamond ring, Sharon denied that she had a flash marriage.
Good friend, Sammy Leung (森美) joked that Sharon must be pregnant or she would not have gotten married.
Clarifying the rumors, Sharon said she would not have held a destination wedding if she were indeed pregnant.
Sporting the glow of a new bride, Sharon said, “No one calls me Ms. Chan anymore; everyone calls me Mrs. Lui. I’m very happy that I’m being called that. I feel that I’ve matured. We’ve thought [about having children], as we both love children very much.
Sharon discussed her work plans after marriage, “We’re busy with work and still have to find a store location for our bakery. I will be filming a new series next month. I have a lot of work after marriage, but I’m happy because I’m a workaholic – I hope the jobs will not stop. My family isn’t pushing us to have children; they’re already happy about the wedding.”
When asked about reports that claimed EEG owner, Albert Yeung (楊受成), has intentions to buy out troubled Hong Kong station, ATV, Sharon said she did not pay close attention to the news lately.
However, she believes friendly competition is good and allows organizations to improve.
Sharon said she will remain faithful to TVB since they have a good work relationship in the last ten years.