Zhao Wei has a baby girl!

10:08, April 16, 2010      

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Zhao's agent, Chen Rong, responded to the news via mobile phone. [Photo: Msn.ent.com]

Chinese actress and singer Vicky Zhao Wei delivered a baby girl recently in Singapore, a netizien revealed via the Internet on Wednesday, April 14, 2010, according to Ent.sina.com.

Zhao's agent, Chen Rong, responded to the big news with a short text to the reporter: "Everything is fine and she's happy. Zhao Wei and her family appreciate the concern from all."

According to the Singaporean netizien, the actress was in a private hospital, which is very expensive compared to normal hospitals in Singapore. The baby girl was delivered by cesarean section. If the source's account is true, Zhao Wei should leave the hospital in two or three days based on the normal stay for a cesarean section. The date of the birth matches the expected date of childbirth, which was around April and May.

Previous reports said that the 33-year-old actress was staying in Singapore, expecting a baby with property tycoon Huang Youlong. And the couple has secretly registered her marriage in July.


Zhao Wei gave birth to a baby girl at a hospital in Singapore [Photo: CFP]

Source: CRIENGLISH.com

(Editor:王寒露)

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