Timmy Hung & Janet Chow wedded

25 Mar – Hong Kong martial arts maestro Sammo Hung must be feeling proud as his eldest son, Timmy Hung Tin Ming, has just became a husband to long-time girlfriend, TVB actress Janet Chow Ka Wai in a star-studded wedding ceremony in Hong Kong recently, according to Southcn.com.

38-year old Timmy started his career back in 1990 with roles in television series like "Detective Investigation Files III", "Burning Flame", "The Stew Of Life" and movies such as "Men Suddenly In Black" and "SPL". His spouse, 29-year-old Janet was no wallflower herself, having won the title of first runner-up for Miss Hong Kong in 2006.

The couple's wedding received blessings from many Hong Kong stars, including veterans such as Jackie Chan, Andy Lau, Alan Tam, Liza Wang and Jacky Cheung, to name a few.

Indeed, Sammo, 60, was very happy for his son but when asked if he wanted grandchildren soon, the veteran star replied, "Both of them know what to do and they can have a baby any time."

It was heard that superstar Jacky Cheung had shared his secrets for a successful marriage with Timmy by advising him to learn to compromise with his spouse all the time. However, Cheung left the wedding immediately after giving his present to the newlywed couple as he was rushing to Shanghai to prepare for his concert.

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