Charlene Choi had her eggs frozen to preserve fertility, just like bandmate Gillian Chung

May 16, 2019
  • 1 / 5

    Charlene Choi has followed the footsteps of Gillian Chung and chosen to have her eggs frozen. The procedure may be the reason why she looks a little chubbier than usual.

    The Hong Kong singer-actress revealed on Tuesday (May 14) that she had completed a round of the fertility treatment. Charlene and Gillian are former singing partners from Cantopop duo Twins.

     

    Load more
  • 2 / 5

    The 36-year-old shared that she once miscalculated the date for injection when she was on vacation at Sun Moon Lake, Taiwan.

    Related: Want a baby later? More Singaporean women are freezing their eggs

    Load more
  • 3 / 5

    There were no clinics nearby so she had to call her doctor in Hong Kong to ask for medical advice. Although the ovum was not lost, the incident left her in shock.

    Load more
  • 4 / 5

    “The number of eggs is just nice right now. It’s safer to do another round. I am not young anymore,” she said.

    Since they can only be stored for 10 years, when will Charlene be using her frozen eggs?

    Related: Why Singapore actress Ase Wang choose to freeze her eggs

    Load more
  • 5 / 5

    The singer said that she “still does not have plans” for a baby although she has been in a steady relationship with billionaire Anthony Shek since 2017.

    Charlene was previously secretly married to singer Ronald Cheng for four years, and it only came to light when they announced their divorce in 2010.

    A version of this article first appeared in Asiaone.

    (Photos: Instagram)

     

    Load more
washing baby clothes

Washing baby clothes: 6 things the doctor wants you to know

how to get rid of pacifier habit

How to help your toddler get rid of pacifier habit

Why you shouldn't baby in cold water when fever

3 things not to do when your baby has a fever

Top TCM tips to improve your chance of having a baby and a smooth pregnancy

Mosquito bites on babies: How to treat and prevent

Best ways to treat and prevent mosquito bites on babies and kids

Latest stories

video kid-friendly guide admiralty park's playground

Video: Kid-friendly guide to Admiralty Park’s playground

Rub alcohol to make baby hair grow faster? What doctor wants you to know

where to go in sentosa

Farewell, Sentosa Merlion: Promotion deals you should know + facts about the Singapore icon

red egg recipe

Recipe: How to make perfect red eggs for baby’s full-month or 100-day celebration

how to choose the right enrichment class

Enrichment programmes for babies: 5 things to look out for during a trial class