Myolie Wu and Philip Lee will be holding their wedding at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Hong Kong on December 28.
Inviting approximately 500 guests, the couple also intends to invite Myolie’s ex-boyfriend, Bosco Wong.
When asked about the subject, Myolie said: “If [Bosco] is free, I hope he will attend [the wedding], but I know that he is very busy. He did text me on my birthday.”
Myolie added that things were not awkward between her and Bosco, as they have remained friends after breaking up, reports Jayne Stars.
When asked about the wedding Bosco joked: “Of course, she cannot not invite me!”
He added that he would attend the wedding if he is free, and is attempting to free up his work schedule for the celebration. On the “encouragement” from netizens to steal the bride, Bosco commented along similar lines as Myolie, “Are we filming?! Like Hui Man Keung in The Bund!”
As for the amount he would give the couple in the customary wedding red packet, Bosco said, “I can’t reveal how much I’m giving, but I’m currently selecting a very special wedding gift.”
While Myolie is deciding on the guest list, she has apparently also decided on whom not to invite. Among those not invited is actress Jacqueline Chong.
While Jacqueline is a good friend of Philip’s, Myolie has allegedly firmly requested him not to invite her, as a show of loyalty for Nancy Wu, one of Myolie’s closest friends. Jacqueline and Nancy’s rivalry started when Nancy was dating Deep Ng, and Jacqueline was allegedly the third party who broke them up.
There are even rumors of a confrontation that took place between Nancy and Jacqueline, when they bumped into each other in an elevator at TVB.
Nancy had allegedly said to Jacqueline, “I guess you like wearing my old shoes!”
Apart from this incident, Nancy and Jacqueline generally avoid each other unless they absolutely have to be at the same place, such as the TVB Anniversary celebrations.
In response, Jacqueline confirmed that she had yet to receive a wedding invitation from Myolie or Philip.
She said, “There is still some time to the wedding, so I have not received an invitation yet. It is too early to say whether I am invited, or whether I will attend the wedding. I believe that everyone has their own choices to make. If she wishes to avoid an awkward situation, or is worried about any possible incident, I understand and empathize with her.”