Hannah Quinlivan and Hilary Tsui have one thing in common -- both married "heavenly kings" of the Chinese pop industry.
It isn't easy being the wife of Jay Chou or Eason Chan who are idols with millions of fans each.
However, according to JayneStars, Hannah and Hilary have shown netizens that they are more than just two lucky fangirls, but are actually perfect wives.
Hannah Quinlivan Has High EQ
Hannah, who came to the publics’ eye after being a regular in the Taiwanese variety show Blackie’s Teenage Club, rounded up a lot of haters when her relationship with Jay Chou was revealed.
Hannah, born in 1993, was thought to be too immature and young for the Taiwanese singer-songwriter.
In August of this year, Hannah gave birth to their daughter Hathaway at only 22 years old.
But netizens’ opinion on her completely changed when she went on an episode of Chinese variety show Day Day Up, her first official TV appearance after having baby Hathaway.
Polite, sophisticated, and cheerful, Hathaway did not show any diva behavior while recording the show. She stayed smiling throughout the entire recording, and laughed earnestly at the MCs’ jokes, even if she didn’t understand them.
Netizens expressed that they now understand why Jay said “No one cannot not like her” when he was asked to talk about Hannah.
On the show, Hannah said that she never stopped working even when she was pregnant. She was asked on the show to reveal some tidbits of her and Jay’s sweet honeymoon, but Hannah said instead, “Jay is actually the princess in this family!”
She also shared, “He is most romantic when he does simple things.”
Hilary Tsui: Action More Than Words
Hilary Tsui and Eason Chan began dating in 1996 and had their daughter, Constance, in 2004.
They were together for over ten years before tying the knot in 2006.
At first, not many fans were very happy with Hilary, calling her a gold-digger and describing her as someone who was “always wasting” Eason’s money.
But the bold Hilary did not mind the negative reactions at all, and said, “Eason really spoils me. What’s wrong with spending my husband’s money?”
But Hilary and Eason’s relationship is much more than meets the eye.
In 2002, while performing in front of a crowd of students in Taipei, Eason fell off the stage and suffered a very serious injury in his groin area.
Upon hearing his injury, Hilary immediately dropped whatever she was doing in Hong Kong and rushed to Taiwan in the fastest way possible via cargo aircraft to see him.
Hilary was also Eason’s number one support when he came across economic problems, using her own money to help him get through it all.