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Actress Zoe Tay turns 54 with cake and lots of ‘likes’

Actress Zoe Tay turns 54 with cake and lots of ‘likes’

SINGAPORE – Actress Zoe Tay – native tv’s “Massive Sister” – turned 54 on Monday (Jan 10).

The reigning queen of home-grown dramas posted on social media a number of photographs of herself carrying a cake at a resort. She wrote in Chinese language: “I hope there may be sunshine and shiny smiles within the days forward.

“Wishing myself a cheerful birthday and that no matter I’ve can be extra good within the new 12 months forward.”

She used hashtags reminiscent of #capricornlove, #selfwishesonmybrithdayday and #staycation within the publish.

Her publish has been appreciated greater than 10,400 occasions as of Wednesday, with celebrities reminiscent of actors Zheng Geping, Aileen Tan and Vivian Lai wishing her a cheerful birthday.

Tay, who gained the inaugural Star Search in 1988, was lately seen within the long-running drama The Heartland Hero, enjoying a wealthy Thai girl within the present.

She is at the moment filming the medical drama You Can Be An Angel 4, reprising her function as nurse supervisor Wang Ruojun.

Tay, who gained Finest Actress eventually 12 months’s Star Awards for My Guardian Angels, has three sons, who’re in Junior Faculty 1, Secondary Three and Major Six this 12 months.

She instructed native Chinese language day by day Lianhe Zaobao lately that she is now extra relaxed in terms of her sons’ schooling, as it’s as much as them to check.

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