HK actor Kevin Cheng tells Grace Chan on 7th wedding anniversary: 'I want to hold your hand for the rest of my life'

Kevin Cheng and Grace Chan first met in 2014 at TVB. Photos: Grace Chan/Instagram

Hong Kong celebrity couple Kevin Cheng and Grace Chan celebrated their seventh wedding anniversary on May 11.

Both artistes posted a specially shot anniversary video on their social media accounts on their anniversary.

"[This is] the seventh year we've walked together hand-in-hand. We're already the father and mother of two children. In seven years, we've experienced the happiness and pain in life and we're still here for each other.

"There is no seven-year itch, I just want to hold your hand for the rest of my life," Cheng, 52, wrote on Weibo.

Chan, 30, posted the video on Instagram with the message: "I’ll always love you ... Marriage is like a marathon, you run, you fall, you readjust yourself, then you keep on racing again.

The former Miss Hong Kong added: "It’s long, it takes time, but if you do everything out of love, it will always be worth the effort."

In an interview last year, Cheng – who is actively pursuing his career in China – revealed the mantra he lives by – “Happy wife, happy life”.

“I told [Grace] that as long as she’s happy, she can do whatever she wants to do. As she wants to spend more time with our sons, she chooses to only appear on variety shows, or influencer events as a KOL,” Cheng said.

Cheng and Chan first met in 2014 at TVB. In 2015, they started dating after collaborating in the series Blue Veins.

Three years later, the couple got married at a ceremony in Bali. They have two sons, Rafael, three and Yannick, one.

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