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David Lui, 55, Is Expecting A Baby With His Wealthy 39-Year-Old "E-Commerce Queen" Wife

The singer, who dated Hongkong star Carol Cheng for 16 years, married Rainbow earlier this year.

The singer, who dated Hongkong star Carol Cheng for 16 years, married Rainbow earlier this year.

The singer, who dated Hongkong star Carol Cheng for 16 years, married Rainbow earlier this year.

Hongkong singer David Lui is now a married man — and a dad-to-be. According to reports, the 55-year-old had registered his marriage with his e-commerce entrepreneur girlfriend Rainbow earlier this year. Rainbow, 39, is also five months pregnant now.

1 of 3 David with his ex-girlfriend Carol Cheng

David famously dated Hongkong actress Carol Cheng for 16 years, before breaking up in 2008. After the breakup, David had a number of very public relationships that eventually ended up in splitsville.

  • 2 of 3 David and Rainbow have been dating for seven years

    In 2013, he was rumoured to be dating his now-wife Rainbow after they were photographed together. However, David only went public with their relationship two years later when he referred to Rainbow as his girlfriend — he called her “Miss Lui” — at a concert.

    Rainbow is reportedly the founder of e-commerce platform Fresh To Go, which offers door-to-door delivery for a wide range of food items and dishes. The Hongkong media has dubbed her the “Queen of E-Commerce”, and for good reason. According to reports, the savvy entrepreneur has a net worth of over HK$50mil (S$9mil).

    3 of 3 Gotta exercise more to eat more

    Rainbow, who’s 16 years David's junior, is said to have bonded with the singer over their love of food and exercise. David also shared that he has been making an effort to exercise more in preparation for his solo concert, which will be held at the Hongkong Coliseum in December.

    ​​​​​​​Photos: PBE Media

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