Where’s our beloved Ivy Lee now? You won’t believe where she went now…

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In recent years, the local showbiz has not only seen the rise of young blood but also the disappearance of a number of favourite and familiar faces. One of them is Ivy Lee 李锦梅, an actress mainly appearing in Channel 8 dramas until 6 years ago.

Ivy was in the industry for 16 years since winning Star Search. She was awarded the Best Actress thrice and was a household name alongside those of Zoe Tay, Fann Wong, Chen Liping etc. However, at some point in time, she just stopped showing up on the screens of our televisions. Are you curious about what happened to this actress with solid acting skills?

Well, she simply decided to take a break from acting and moved to Hong Kong with her whole family. Ivy married Raymond Choy, a Hong Kong-born director and producer in 1997. They have 2 daughters as well as a pair of twin boys.

Her husband who is based in China often had to fly around to get together with the family. While Ivy felt that it was fine for both of them to be independent in their marriage, she thought that it would be better for her kids to spend more time with both their parents.

Under such consideration, the decision to move was finally made. Ivy is now leading a happy family life with her kids, pampering them and also participating in their life.

This Singapore love story set in the 90s shows you why you should never wait for tomorrow. Watch it without crying:
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