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TV star pregnant with Interior official’s child

TV star pregnant with Interior official’s child

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First a photo of a passionate public kiss, then a double red striped pregnancy kit!

Actress Sveng Socheata just announced that she is one month pregnant with the mysterious man in the photos.

“I’m one month pregnant,” the 32-year-old TV actress bravely told the Post after posting a picture of a pregnancy kit online.

The divorced actress known for her villainous roles said that her fiancé is a captain at the Ministry of Interior’s Crime Department named Kong Sophannara.

She claimed that the rushed engagement is not because of her growing tummy but because her 38-year-old boyfriend, who is also divorced, kept begging her to tie the knot.

The mother of three children from a previous marriage said: “We celebrated our engagement day on August 27, but we haven’t picked a wedding date yet”.

To contact the reporter on this story: Sou Vuthy at [email protected]

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