‘Crazy Rich Asians’ star Henry Golding expecting first baby with wife Liv Lo

Henry Golding (R) and his wife Liv Lo. Image: Instagram/@henrygolding

“Crazy Rich Asians” actor Henry Golding proudly revealed that he will soon be welcoming his first child with his wife, Taiwanese-Italian celebrity Liv Lo.

“2021 is already looking brighter,” the dad-to-be said on his Instagram page last Friday, Nov. 6 alongside photos of them.

Golding smiled as he wrapped his right arm around Lo while pointing to her baby bump with his left hand. Lo wore a tight grey ribbed dress that highlighted her growing belly.

Lo also spoke about their future baby on her own page, saying, “Such immense joy this little one has brought us already.”

“Now we get to share it with you,” the future mom added. “We love you!”

The two met at a New Year’s Day party back in January 2011. Golding and Lo tied the knot five years after in Sarawak, Malaysia. JB


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Johnson at top of his game heading into Masters

Dustin Johnson of the U.S. plays out of a bunker on the 10th hole during a practice round at the Masters on November 20, 2020. REUTERS/Mike Segar

AUGUSTA, Georgia—Dustin Johnson on Tuesday said he was playing some of the best golf of his career ahead of this week’s Masters, an update that should send shivers down the spines of his competition.

The world number one, who won three times last season and claimed his first-ever FedExCup title in September, was sidelined with a minor case of COVID-19 last month but bounced back to finish tied for second at the Houston Open on Sunday.

“I feel like I’m playing really, really well,” the 36-year-old American told reporters at a news conference.

“It’s probably the best I’ve played in my career, it’s more consistent,” he said.

“I feel like there’s still a lot of room for improvement, but it’s very consistent as far as day in and day out, my shot shape, my flight and controlling my distance.

“I’ve put in a lot of work, especially on being able to control my distance with wedges. So it’s very consistent right now, and I’m very pleased with where the game is at.”

The 2016 U.S. Open winner is among the favorites to take home his first Green Jacket in his 10th trip to the Masters, which was moved from April due to the pandemic and is being played without fans – also known as Patrons.

He said the unusual circumstances would not disrupt his approach.

“This is definitely a different Masters, and it’s just because the Patrons aren’t here,” he said.

“Everything else feels the same. I’m really excited to be here,” he said.

“It’s definitely a different feeling out there, and it’s going to be a different feeling throughout week.

“But it’s

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Jerwin Ancajas reacts to John Riel Casimero’s taunts

FILE – Jerwin Ancajas of the Philippines gestures to fans after defeating Ryuichi Funai of Japan in their 12-round Super Flyweight IBF World Title fight in Stockton, California on May 4, 2019. (Photo by Frederic J. BROWN / AFP)

MANILA, Philippines — IBF super flyweight champion Jerwin Ancajas didn’t lose his cool over John Riel Casimero’s tirade after the WBO bantamweight titleholder referred to his compatriot as a “child” in a Facebook post recently.

Ancajas also said he is grateful that he drew Casimero’s interest after being included in his social media post on Sunday.

“Nagpapasalamat ako sayo unang-una John Riel at least napansin mo ako sa katayuan mo, sa kasikatan mo,” Ancajas said in a video.

(Thank you first and foremost John Riel for noticing me despite your stature and popularity.)

“Kahit na respeto man lang. Kahit yung banggitin na lang yung pangalan ko na Jerwin. Pero ‘bata’ yung tawag mo sakin. Yun lang. Masaya ako sa mga naabot mo,” he added.

(Maybe you could’ve showed some respect. You should’ve just mentioned my name. But instead you called me ‘kid.’ That’s all. I’m happy for all you’ve achieved.)

Casimero’s Facebook post was in response to a report that Top Rank chief Bob Arum has named Ancajas as a possible opponent for undefeated Japanese champion Naoya Inoue.

Tatang Bub haha😂 sinawsaw mupa tong isang bata mo. Walung dipinsa na hindi pa ga anong sumisikat. kasi binibigyan mulang…

Posted by John Riel “Quadro Alas” Casimero on Sunday, November 8, 2020

“Tatang Bob haha. Sinawsaw mo pa tong isang bata mo. Wala nang depensa, hindi pa gaanong sumisikat kasi binibigyan mo lang ng mga mahinang kalaban. Paano yan sisikat? Siguro ito na lang gagawin mo na isasawsaw mo na lang sa akin para sumikat. haha. Tatang Bob, ano ba ‘tong pinagagagawa mo?

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