Kevin Cheng, Grace Chan are getting married in August: reports

The couple are reportedly tying the knot in Canada with a small and intimate wedding celebration


Wedding bells may soon toll for Hong Kong celebrity couple Kevin Cheng and Grace Chan, if rumours are to be believed.

Over the weekend, it was reported that the May-December couple will finally be settling down after three years of dating and plan to get married next month when Kevin celebrates his 49th birthday (his birthday falls on August 15).

The wedding will reportedly be held in Grace’s hometown in Canada and is said to be an intimate affair with only “10 close friends” invited to be part of it.

When Kevin and Grace were contacted about their upcoming nuptials, the reel-to-real life couple did not confirm or refute the reports. “Thank you for the concern. [I] will inform everyone if I’m getting married,” was Kevin’s reply to the media.


Despite their 22-year age gap, marriage was always the end goal for Kevin and Grace and the actress once shared that they have plans to get married “within the next two years” in an interview last year. The couple have also met each other’s parents and have received their approval and support for their relationship.

According to Hong Kong reports, Grace has been praised for being “a really good girl”. She not only gets along well with Kevin’s friends, she was also seen attending his musical The Storm Show with the actor’s mother.

Kevin, who reportedly raked in HK$50 million (S$8.66 million) last year due to his participation in several mainland drama series and films, has three movies lined up in 2018, Hong Kong director Fruit Chan’s Made in Kowloon, Lucid Dreams and L Storm.

Kevin and Grace met on the set in 2015 while filming TVB drama Blue Veins. They started dating shortly after and news of their May-December relationship was met with polarising views in showbiz.

Photos: Instagram/Grace Chan

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