26th November 2023 – (Sydney) Louise Wong, 33, and Sheldon Lo, 35, who quietly tied the knot in 2020, have recently held their wedding ceremony in Australia. The news was announced by director Jack Ng on the 25th of November. He shared photos from the wedding, including a sweet kissing moment, but later deleted the post, unintentionally revealing details of the ceremony.
Yesterday, around 5pm, Louise Wong expressed her gratitude to everyone through the media. She said, “Thank you all for your concern. We registered our marriage in Hong Kong earlier, and finally had the opportunity to hold our wedding ceremony in Australia. We are very happy and grateful that our family and friends were able to witness our special day.” She also shared two wedding photos with the media. Her bridesmaids, including actress Samantha Ko and model friends, were all dressed in purple gowns.
Director Jack Ng, who was the first to reveal the wedding details, arrived at the venue and excitedly took photos of the wedding program. He uploaded the pictures on his Instagram with the caption, “Congratulations to Louise and Sheldon! May you have a harmonious and everlasting marriage.” The wedding took place at 11am local time in Australia. In the photos, the bride, Louise Wong, was seen wearing a deep V-neck wedding gown, capturing everyone’s attention. She also invited Fish Liew as one of her bridesmaids, who elegantly wore a purple gown, exuding grace and sophistication. Jack Ng mentioned their previous collaboration in a film where they played the roles of sisters and jokingly commented, “Big sister is truly witnessing little sister’s marriage this time!”
Louise Wong Tan-ni, 33, is a Hong Kong actress and model. She was born in Shandong, China, and moved to Hong Kong at a young age. Louise is widely recognised for her portrayal of Cantopop singer and actress Anita Mui in the biographical musical drama film “Anita” released in 2022. Her outstanding performance in the film earned her the Best New Performer award and a Best Actress nomination at the 40th Hong Kong Film Awards.