Bea Hayden Kuo and Jacky Heung's First Fight Shown on Reality Show

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After a hectic run up to their extravagant wedding in Italy, newlyweds Bea Hayden Kuo and Jacky Heung are on their honeymoon in Europe.. all the while with the cameras still rolling for the show Meeting Mr. Right 2.

Like any quasi reality show worth their salt, the cameras inevitably captured the pair’s first falling-out as Mr and Mrs, with footage from the program showing Bea Hayden wiping off a tear while the two were driving toward their accommodations for the night. Jacky had been driving for over 4 hours looking out of sorts while driving rather fast along the road. When he accidentally hits a potted plant in the roadside, Bea Hayden bursts into tears. Jacky quickly apologised to his wife and said he didn't purposely do it. 

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Their mood only worsened when they had to trek up to their B&B. Jacky was shown to be still in a foul mood while an emotional Bea Hayden was shown walking out to the balcony getting some air and then walking back in to sit on the sofa to silently cry. Jacky later explained that even though he didn't want to lose his temper, he couldn't control his emotions. He was angry with himself for not planning things well on their wedding day that he never told Bea Hayden about. 

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The silent treatment continues when the two head out to dinner, though this time it was Bea Hayden who dismisses her husband's attempt to make peace.

Uh oh. It looks like a rocky start to the marriage.Thankfully, cooler heads soon prevailed over dinner and the pair agreed to communicate, understand and tolerate each other more moving forward. Great take-away from the couple! Too bad they could've avoided the entire silent treatment drama on the first day of their honeymoon if they only listened to their own counsel a wee bit earlier. Reality television eh? I do wonder which part of this was scripted though... Oh well, I guess they could chalk this up as a learning experience for the future.

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3 comments:

  1. Good luck to them and hope they have a long and happy marriage...that said, I feel that a new marriage and reality television just don't go well together.

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  2. i dont sê any good for them or dating couples to go on shows like this. they ll only receive negative reactions and it will be dramatic for the sake of reality show

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  3. That looked so staged. I can't believe that people starts to cry for such reasons. I stopped watching that show since it looks so fake. I rather see their natural interacting. If it is truly their natural, then these girls are too fragile. Crying over such small incidents how will they act when there truly is a reason to cry? Bawling like a 2 years old? Common scripters, let them be the reasonable women they are. They made it into entertainment industry, so they have to be strong.

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