Isabella Leong in Paris with new beau

Isabella Leong in Paris with new beau

6 July – Despite having three sons with Hong Kong billionaire Richard Li, their age gap proved to be an obstacle in their relationship, with Isabella Leong citing that she missed her old life as being a mother bored her, and Isabella has already been spotted with her new, possibly younger boyfriend in France.

The couple were seen by the tourists in Louvre Musuem, Paris in March this year, and in a photo uploaded by netizens, Isabella was seen wearing a blue dress shopping in a trendy shoe shop, accompanied by a handsome man.

Apart from that, she was also seen at several tourist attractions in the city such as the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe and a sidewalk café.

In regards to these rumours, her spokesperson only cared to remark that she is currently away from Hong Kong and could not comment further until she was given more details on the matter.

Isabella and Richard's love story was described as a modern fairy tale by the Hong Kong media before their amicable break-up in one and a half years ago. They met on a movie set when she was 19 and he was 41 and the following year, Isabella gave birth to their first son.

Although they were not officially married, they have a son and a pair of twin boys together.

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