Richard Li to be a father again soon

09:01, April 26, 2010      

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Isabella Leong gives birth to Richard Li's son in April 2009. [Photo:]

Richard Li, one of Hong Kong's richest bachelors, will become a father again later this year, reports.

Li's girlfriend, Isabella Leong, was confirmed pregnant with his second child and has flown to Vancouver to prepare for the delivery. Hong Kong media say Leong is expected to give birth in November.

Li's ex-girlfriend Rachel told the Hong Kong media on Friday about Leong's pregnancy after Li informed her that he would become a father again. Rachel also said Li was very proud when he talked about his first son, Ethan, who was born last April in Canada and has since lived with Leong in the United States.

Ethan Li went to Hong Kong last December to visit his grandfather Li Ka-Shing, Chairman of Cheung Kong Holdings and Hutchison Whampoa Limited and known as the richest East Asian in the world.

Richard Li dated Chinese-British Rachel in 2005 and broke up with her three years later. At the time, she was a junior bond analyst at Barclays Bank.

Richard Li is the younger son of Li Ka-Shing. He is the Chairman and Executive Director of PCCW Limited and Pacific Century Group in Hong Kong, Chairman of Singapore-based Pacific Century Regional Developments Limited, and a non-executive director of the Bank of East Asia. He has been dubbed "Little Superman" by the press.

In April 2009, Isabella Leong, a former Hong Kong-based actress, gave birth to Li's son.

Source: CRI online
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