Three months after her announcement that she's engaged - Jamie Yeo is now officially married.

She apparently agreed to marry her British expatriate beau, Rupert, 38, after an eight-month romance that first ignited on dating app Tinder.



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This is the third time that Yeo, who turns 40 this year, is tying the knot.

That wasn't the only bomb she dropped - she's also expecting her second child.

Yeo, who is 23 weeks pregnant, added that she'll be having a boy this time.

"Exciting news to share! It's going to be a boy!!

So much has happened in the past few months! Rupert (@Urbanfarmerly) and I have gotten married and are now expecting! When he first suggested marriage last year, we decided we really wanted another little one pottering around the house.

Now here we are, 5 months pregnant. It’s been a rather exhausting 5 months dealing with the usual nausea, fatigue, and everything that comes along with it, but it’ll all be worth it when we finally get to carry our little man in our arms." 

She has a daughter, Alysia, 7, from her second marriage to British expatriate Thorsten Nolte.

Not much has been revealed about her new husband, other than the fact that he works at a consultancy firm.

According to Rupert's own Instagram page, he seems to take an interest in eco-friendly living and even runs a website on urban farming.

He posted a similar note on Instagram about his marriage to Yeo and also thanked his mother "for already buying baby stuff".

Yeo added that she will not be taking more questions from the press following her own announcement.

"The health and well-being of this little one and the rest of our family is of utmost importance to us at the moment so we won't be answering any further questions from the media," she said.

"This post is for you here on IG (sic). You've followed me and given me so much support I thought you deserve to know. I'm so humbly grateful for second (or third) chances!"

She joked: "Also, just in case you bump into me on the streets, no, it's not a beer belly!"


This story was first published on Asia One