Physical intimacy with wife not on the table for TVB actor Moses Chan while shooting new drama


TVB actor Moses Chan is married to Hong Kong actress Aimee Chan. Photo: Aimee Chan/Instagram

TVB actor Moses Chan is not taking any chances when it comes to the safety of his family against the Covid-19 virus.

It’s reported that the 50-year-old has his face mask on when he’s out and about, and when he’s sleeping.

Apparently, he’s taking the extra safety measure as he is shooting a new TVB drama and he doesn’t want to spread Covid-19 virus to his wife – Hong Kong actress Aimee Chan – and his three children, whose ages are seven, five and four.

Chan is currently involved in the filming of the series Forty-Two Sutras.

It’s said that on set, Chan puts his face mask on as soon as a scene wraps, and he keeps his distance from cast and crew when resting.

An article quoted him saying: “There’s a lot of people during filming. Since I can’t control the crowd, I have to be more careful especially since I have kids at home.

“Even when I sleep at night, I wear my mask... It’s only through these (measures) that I can ensure they are safe and I can be at ease.”

The dedicated family man further added that he also makes sure “to be appropriately distanced" from his wife, which means the two have halted all intimate physical connection between them.

But Chan is OK with the lack of intimacy, explaining that “it’s temporary anyway”.

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