How Asian celebrities celebrated a love-filled Valentine's Day

(PHOTO: Zoe Tay/Instagram; James Seah/Instagram; Liza Soberano/Instagram)
(PHOTO: Zoe Tay/Instagram; James Seah/Instagram; Liza Soberano/Instagram)

Love is in the air. Whether you like it or not, your social media feed is filled with Valentine's Day posts of lovey-dovey couple photos and dinner celebrations.

Celebrities are just like us, too! Scroll down to see some of the sweetest posts from regional celebrities that Yahoo Life SEA had rounded up and how they celebrated the lovely day with their other half.

1. Zoe Tay

"Ladies love sweet words, which you are not good at. Creating a romantic atmosphere isn't your forte either. Yet, two persons of different frequency walked together," Zoe Tay captioned her series of sweet photos with her husband, Philip Chionh. Married in 1995, the couple shares three children, and Chionh is usually shielded from the limelight despite Tay's immense popularity in Singapore. Playfully hashtagging "Out with Sir Chionh" and "Ditching kids for a date", the pair is definitely #CoupleGoals.

2. Henry Golding

British-Malaysian actor Henry Golding shared a beautiful photo of his wife, Liv Lo and daughter, Lyla Golding, captioning the post with "My forever-tines". The couple had earlier celebrated their first Lunar New Year with their daughter, who was born in March 2021.

3. Liza Soberano

Filipino-American actress Liza Soberano spent a love-filled dinner with her boyfriend, Enrique Gil, on Valentine's Day, sharing photos of the couple's delicious meal and treating fans to gorgeous photos of the couple. Gil also posted a photo of Soberano at the dinner, captioning, "​​To my gorgeous and only valentine. This is your night my love. Happy valentines day. I love you forever and always."

4. James Seah

Newly married couple James Seah and Nicole Chang Min shared a lovely Valentine's Day with their new chihuahua puppy, Moon. The lucky Seah even got kisses from Moon while his wife made a funny face at the mister.

5. Nora Danish

Malaysian actress and businesswoman Nora Danish shared a series of photos, including roses from her husband, Nedim Sujak Nazri Aziz. The card accompanying the flowers wrote love declarations for Nora, starting with the sweet "I am not celebrating V-Day. I am just celebrating you."

6. Romeo Tan

No Valentine, no issue! Singapore actor Romeo Tan shared two photos, posing with a rose while wishing everyone a "Happy love day". His on-screen wife Denise Camillia jokingly commented in Mandarin, "Husband, where is my flower?", to which Tan replied, "I have already left it in the letterbox."

7. Chantalle Ng

For Mediacorp actress Chantalle Ng, Valentine's Day was spent with her good friend, Tasha Low. "Spending Valentine's Day with this lovely girl @tashaalow. Let's meet up again soon," she captioned the post, sharing photos of a lovely meal with Low.

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