Godfrey Gao reveals his ideal type of woman

16 December 2015 / 10 months 2 weeks ago

Godfrey Gao enjoys being a bachelor and is in no hurry to settle down but having a family of his own is something he is striving for.

In an article on Jayne Stars, the 1.95m hunk said:

"I want to focus on work right now.

"I'm always flying, and most of the time I don't even know where i am.

"Why would I even think about dating?"

"Actually, I am not ready to settle down yet. 

"My family also has not been pressuring me, so I am rather lucky.

"My older brother already has two kids, so I still have some years left!

"If I am to marry, I don't think it would be as high profile as Huang Xiaoming and Angelababy's wedding, but it is an important step in life so I would invite many close family and friends to attend.

"I would love to hold my wedding outdoors, like in a forest or by the ocean. it's quite romantic."

However, being a celebrity in a cut-throat industry makes him worry about finding a girlfriend who understands his line of work.

He explained: "If I do fall in love with a woman, she would probably think that I cannot provide her with a sense of security. 

"My profession requires me to collaborate with many women, and often times there would be intimate interactions. 

"Nonetheless, a successful relationship requires communication and trust. The only thing I can do is better myself, to protect her as much as I can. 

"I’ll explain as clearly as I can to prevent misunderstandings."

But what exactly does he look for in a significant other?

The 31-year-old said that he is not really into women who are too forward but he loves women who are sporty.

"If she likes to do outdoor sports, such as snowboarding, hiking, or canoeing, that would be extra points from me. 

"I do prefer women who likes to go out, women who have a more relaxing outlook in life."

He also talked about how much he likes kids and thinks a good time to consider marriage would be when he turns 35, any later and he fears that he will not have "enough energy to play with them".

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