Fann & Chris mark 5th wedding anniversary with "best gift", baby Zed

Fann & Chris mark 5th wedding anniversary with "best gift", baby Zed

SINGAPORE - Actors Fann Wong and Christopher Lee recently marked their fifth wedding anniversary on Sep 29, where they shared their joy with the world via loving messages on their social media accounts.

Wong posted a note in Chinese on Instagram, accompanied by a photo of the happy family: "You two are the greatest gifts in my life. Happy fifth anniversary!"

Lee wrote in a mix of Chinese and English: "Dear Mrs Lee, this is our fifth wedding anniversary. Thank you for giving me the best present. Love u n Zed forever (sic)!"

Since his birth, Baby Zed has been lavished with luxury gifts from his parents' generous friends.

They include Fendi shoes and clothes before his birth, angpows (from 'grandma' David Gan), a custom-made Chanel teddy bear, and even a pair of diamond earrings. Jealous much?

In a post last month, Wong shared a photo of Zed's feet holding the diamond studs.

She wrote: "Dear Zed, mummy will help you safe-keep these earrings till you grow up, and pass it to my daughter-in-law."

The proud parents recently threw the lucky boy a grand one-month celebration, according to photos shared by Wong on Instagram. The bash was reportedly held at the Shangri-La ballroom, which was decorated with colourful party balloons and balloon animals. 

Speaking to reporters two weeks ago, Lee revealed that both he and Wong have not had much sleep since baby Zed was born, as they have had to wake up every three hours to feed and take care of the baby.

Lee also shared that both of them would also drop everything and rush over to him the moment he makes a sound.

"It is a 24-hour job. I wake up together with Fann to accompany her even though she is the one breastfeeding Zed. It is more tiring for Fann than me," said Lee in The New Paper report.

Describing his son, Lee said: "Zed is of strong character, just like Fann and me. He can be impatient and cries persistently when he is hungry. And when he cries, he can really tear the roof down with his loud voice.

"It can be quite difficult to take care of him but I think the first two months are always the hardest."

The pair have given Zed the Chinese name Lee Xi Quan, which refers to the breaking of dawn and has a positive meaning.

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