Grace Wong: "We slept in separate bedrooms!"

Grace Wong: "We slept in separate bedrooms!"

19 Feb – "Friendly Fire" actress Grace Wong recently denied claims of her supposedly 'losing her virginity' to her boyfriend during a vacation in Taiwan.

According to Jayne Stars website, the actress, who attended a wedding exhibition on 17 February, explained that she and her boyfriend had stayed in separate rooms during their trip, and denied reports of them sleeping together.

Grace also dismissed claims that she had reunited with her ex-boyfriend, stating that the man in question is someone she had known for quite a while.

The actress stated, "We just started dating, and we both share the same religion. God has helped us a lot."

Speaking about her new found love, Grace revealed, "We've known each other ever since we were in the United States. We kept in contact through emails and telephone calls to ask about each other's well-being. Ever since he became religious like me, we were able to further connect. He understands me a lot more."

Asked if they were in Taiwan to meet his parents, Grace replied, "We went to meet his relatives and his priest. We slept in separate rooms, since both of us are against premarital sex. We take this very seriously."

However, the 26-year-old revealed that she has no plans for marriage anytime soon, stating, "That is still far away. Right now, my priority is my career."

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