5 Hong Kong celebrity couples who fell in love on set
You’ve heard of office romances, so for celebrities whose offices are film and drama sets, it’s not surprising that love blooms there for them. We’ve seen it happen with Hollywood celebrities and in Hong Kong, the same holds true for TVB actors.
The two met on the set of Master of Play in 2010 and although rumours were rife that the pair were dating, it was only in 2011 that the couple confirmed the validity of the rumours.
In the same year, they filmed a drama together, The Last Steep Ascent, but did not play a couple. They got married in Paris in 2013.
Image: Aimee’s Instagram
Kevin Cheng and Grace Chan
In 2015, Grace met Kevin on the set of Blue Veins.
However, prior to that, she admitted to The Straits Times that she hadn’t watched any of his shows: “This is embarrassing, but I have never seen any of his dramas before and this is a guy who had done some really famous dramas.”
Rumours of them dating made headlines not just because he’s an A-lister, but because of their 22-year age gap. The couple proved age is just a number and got married in Bali this year.
Image: Grace’s Instagram
Edwin Siu and Priscilla Wong
Edwin and Priscilla filmed Madam Cutie on Duty together in 2014, in which they acted as a couple, but it wasn’t until filming wrapped up that they became a real-life couple.
Although they tried to keep their relationship low-key, they were caught on a beach date by the paparazzi. In 2016, they reunited on-screen to play a married couple in Two Steps from Heaven.
Image: Edwin’s Instagram
Kenneth Ma and Jacqueline Wong
The couple met while filming Inspector Gourmet in 2016 and reportedly started dating after that.
They seem to be happily dating, and earlier this year, Jacqueline even told a local news outlet of Kenneth’s romantic ways.
She said, “I can’t say that he’s not romantic; instead, he’s a different kind of romantic. I won’t say what exactly, but he’s prepared surprises for me.”
There are rumours of them tying the knot after Ruco Chan.