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Taiwanese singer Pets Tseng is married

Taiwanese singer Pets Tseng is married

TAIPEI – Taiwanese singer Pets Tseng has tied the knot, with followers getting a primary glimpse of her husband’s face.

Tseng, who starred in the 2019 Singapore-Taiwan drama All Is Effectively, introduced the excellent news on social media on Sunday (Jan 16), writing in Chinese language: “He has a spouse, I’ve a husband.”

The 37-year-old shared two pictures of herself along with her husband, whom the Taiwanese media recognized solely as Peter and about the identical age as her.

The primary picture confirmed Tseng in a white bridal gown and her husband in a swimsuit, whereas the second confirmed them in senior highschool uniforms, which the media stated have been these of their respective alma maters.

Her label Asia Muse Leisure instructed Taiwan’s Apple Each day that the couple held a easy ceremony on Sunday, with solely shut associates and kinfolk invited.

It added that the couple have identified one another for greater than 10 years and dated for greater than one-and-a-half years earlier than they agreed on marriage in spring final yr.

Asia Muse stated Tseng isn’t pregnant and her husband is concerned in music-related work.

Tseng, who is thought for songs reminiscent of Miss You, Confession and The Distance Between Us, was noticed by Taiwan’s Mirror Media in September final yr on a date with a person who rode a bike. Each have been carrying face masks within the pictures.

Mirror Media stated he proposed to her the night time after she completed filming a tv serial, wherein she made a visitor look, final yr.

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