Mandy Lieu has given birth -- ahead of BF Alvin Chau's wife

29 May 2015 / 1 year 5 months ago

Source: Asian Pop News

The love triangle of Macau gambling tycoon Alvin Chau, his wife Heidi Chan and his girlfriend Mandy Lieu have been the talk of the town lately. Both women are expecting at the same time.

Heidi reportedly decided to arrange for a cesarean section on her husband’s birthday (30 May), in order not to lose out to Mandy. However, little did she expect that Mandy has beaten her to it, and gave birth to a baby girl last week.

According to Next Magazine, Alvin has arranged for Mandy to give birth at The Portland Hospital in London. On 20 May (‘520′ is homophonic for ‘I Love You’ in Mandarin), Mandy gave birth to her first baby girl through water birth.

After 12 hours, Mandy and her baby were discharged from the hospital. Tabloids have managed to snap photos of Alvin carrying his newborn baby with Mandy outside the hospital.

The next day, Mandy sent Alvin to the airport and was photographed giving him a goodbye kiss.

Mandy’s manager has declined to respond on Mandy’s birth news. However, Heidi who is giving birth in two days’ time, appeared to be affected by the reports.

She wrote, “I never like to fight with others for things. If you like it, take it. Take it, if you are able.”

Tiffany Chen, who is a good friend of Heidi was very surprised to learn about Mandy’s birth. She said, “Her tummy never gets big and she has given birth. Some people have a vicious heart. Whether you are giving birth or not, you chose to give birth around the same time as his wife, and vies for the news. It’s obvious that you are provoking his wife. She has an ulterior motive.”

Tiffany also said, “This third party is too much. She wants to snatch someone’s husband and doesn’t give face to his wife. This is not true love! Because of her action, the man is unable to face his family and his image in the society is damaged. He has become a laughing stock.”

Tiffany also urged Heidi to keep calm, so as not to affect her baby.

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