Thai transgender actress Poyd Treechada is engaged to wealthy businessman


By AGENCY

The couple’s wedding will reportedly take place on March 1. Photo: Poyd Treechada/Instagram

Thai model-actress Poyd Treechada, who was once reportedly named “Thailand’s Most Beautiful Transgender”, has announced her engagement on social media.

On Feb 2, the 36-year-old shared a photograph of herself and her beau in a romantic embrace – while showing off a ring emblazoned with a large stone.

Chinese daily Lianhe Zaobo reports that her fiance is a wealthy Thai businessman known as Oak, and that his family owns a hotel business.

Poyd – whose full name is Treechada Petcharat – has apparently known Oak for two decades, as he is her friend’s older brother. They also studied in the same school.

The couple’s wedding will reportedly take place on March 1.

Poyd previously revealed that she underwent gender affirmation surgery at the age of 17.

She won the Miss International Queen transgender beauty pageant in 2014, and has also acted in Hong Kong films such as The White Storm (2013) and From Vegas To Macau II (2015).

Article type: free
User access status:
Subscribe now to our Premium Plan for an ad-free and unlimited reading experience!
   

Next In Entertainment

Actress Son Ye-jin marks 1st wedding anniversary to actor Hyun Bin with wedding photo
Actress Wafariena finally owns her dream car after being swindled twice by fake salesmen
Douyin star attacked after editing a video of himself kissing actress Dilraba Dilmurat
HK actor Tony Leung honoured by Venice film festival alongside director Liliana Cavani
Jisoo of Blackpink finds new ME while bringing up her 1st solo album
Lady Gaga spotted filming ‘Joker 2’ in New York. Is she the new Harley Quinn?
'John Wick 4' star Aimee Kwan on her Malaysian roots and Michelle Yeoh's influence
M. Nasir excited to work with young artistes on soundtracks for local dramas
Malaysian actor Jalaluddin Hassan, 69, says people his age 'can still be cool'
HK star Jacky Cheung set for new world tour, Malaysia will be one of the stops

Others Also Read