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Cecilia Cheung talks about life in S'pore - which she loves more every day

It has been nearly four months since Cecilia Cheung moved to Singapore, and the former actress shares bits of her life here in an exclusive interview with local website Five Stars And A Moon.

According to a report on Lianhe Wanbao, the 33-year-old is now a full-time housewife. Not only does she prepare breakfast for her two sons, Lucas and Quintas, she also sends them to school personally.

Despite having faded out of the entertainment scene after starring in three movies in 2012, it is understood that Cecilia is still signed with New Asia Entertainment Group (AEG). She revealed that she would only make a comeback with the right script.

Lucas, 6, and Quintus, 3, started schooling in Singapore last month, at Stamford American International School in Upper Serangoon Road, and not at Canadian International School as Hong Kong media had reported earlier.

Cecilia said, "I get up at 5.30am, prepare breakfast for the children, send them to school, take them to lunch, check their homework, do housework and do what mothers do."

"This is how life's like currently, until I can sort out the issues with my maids' work permits. But I have no complaints, and am enjoying life."

Cecilia has also made a new group of friends in Singapore, who have taken very good care of her. She added, "Even my sons have made new friends. I like life here more everyday."

When asked if she would be making movies and endorsing products again, Cecilia responded, "I am doing voluntary work and helping out at welfare organisation Willing Hearts.

The volunteers and I help the elderly folks, and I have fallen in love with everyone there. But of course, with the right script, I would (return to the big screen)."

Cecilia has been linked to Singapore-based British engineer Leo, who is reportedly four to five years younger than her.

However, when questioned about the relationship, Cecilia said that it 'did not exist' and later added that interested men are more than welcome to pursue her.

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