Celebrity mum Joanne Peh can’t hold her kids after car accident

October 01, 2018
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    Local actress Joanne Peh was involved in a car accident on Wednesday (Sept 26), but what left her in disbelief was the people soliciting for business at the scene.

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    According to Lianhe Wanbao, the accident occurred while Peh was en route to Mediacorp. She was later taken to National University Hospital for a full-body examination.

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    The 35-year-old actress told Wanbao on Thursday (Sept 27): “Almost immediately the accident happened, someone came forward to provide their name card and show us concern, and even offered services for car repairs and insurance claims.

    “Where do these people come from?”

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    Peh, who said that she was physically fine, returned to work on Friday (Sept 28) after two days of home rest.

    She added: “My neck and back are aching more than they did yesterday, but there are no other superficial injuries. However, I am unable to carry a heavy load or hold my children for now.”

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    She has two children, a two-year-old daughter and nine-month-old son – whom she affectionately refers to as Baby Qi and Qi Di Di –with actor-hubby Qi Yuwu.

    Related: Joanne Peh: Second time labour just as painful, took as long as first baby 

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    She was also quoted by Mediacorp’s The Celebrity Agency on Instagram as saying: “Thank you, everyone, for your concern.

    “Fortunately, it was the car that suffered the worst damage. The airbag wasn’t even deployed, so aside from minor pain in my neck and waist, there are no severe injuries.”

     

     

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    It also probably means she will have to take a break from her favourite parent-child bonding activity, arts and crafts, for now.

    “I’ve always loved the combination of books and art, and because there is so much cardboard lying around at home, I decided to create something based on my daughter’s favorite bedtime book (at the moment) The Pout Pout Fish,” she shared in an Instagram post.

    (Photos: Instagram/joannepeh)

    A version of this story appeared on Asia One

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