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Jeanette Aw in The Little Nyonya17 April 2009 SINGAPORE : Media Corp's hit Chinese language drama, "The Little Nyonya", raked in massive ratings to become the most watched Channel 8 drama in the past 15 years so it's no surprise that the series swept the Star Award nominations, landing a whopping 16 nods, with at least two representatives in each of the acting categories as well as Best Drama.But come April 26, all eyes will be on lead actress Jeanette Aw who has been tipped to win the Best Actress trophy.Many thanks to the calm, kind and ultra-professional maternity and labour ward teams for giving me this chance… and of course daddy and I would like to thank Mama, who went through a LOT for me! ) for her, because she met her eventual husband, Rupert, on the dating app. On a social media post, she wrote, ““Massive thanks also to the medical staff especially the ever cheerful nurses in the maternity and labour wards, whose experience helped get us through a month of hospitalisation for Mummy and got baby Luke to a safe place for delivery.”“Now we’re finally looking forward to bonding time at home for all the family. Guess we have a few well wishes on the cards, because Jamie just gave birth to an adorable boy! Thanks in advance for all the well-wishes and apologies if we don’t get back to you all as we adjust to sleep deprivation and numerous diaper changes!! I think she's a great actress with both talents and looks.
And you know what they say, “Sleep is for the weak! In the meantime, the rest of the guys will be busy swiping on Tinder.
Interestingly, the name Luke is also the name of another popular DJ’s kid. Massive thanks also to the medical staff especially the ever cheerful nurses in the maternity and labour wards, whose experience helped get us through a month of hospitalisation for Mummy and got baby Luke to a safe place for delivery. We could not have asked for a cooler or more competent gynae!
Now we’re finally looking forward to bonding time at home for all the family.
And because I had more time for myself, it was more productive.”He added, “The people in Singapore are very friendly, nice and approachable.
So it didn’t take long for me to be friends with Singaporeans.”Some of the Singaporeans he became friends with were, of course, co-stars Mark and Jeanette, who act as his uncle and mother respectively in the movie. The whole table was [filled with] tissue paper.”But Takumi said he liked the experience.