SINGAPORE — Sengkang GRC MP He Ting Ru has welcomed the latest addition to her family with the arrival of a baby boy and thanked her fellow Workers’ Party (WP) members for their help while she goes on her maternity leave.
WP member Terence Tan, He’s husband, announced the arrival of their third son on Wednesday (30 December) in a post on Facebook on the same day. The couple’s two older sons are aged two and three.
In a post of her Facebook page on New Year’s Eve, He shows a photo of her holding her newborn son alongside fellow Sengkang MPs Jamus Lim and Louis Chua, who visited her in hospital.
“Incredibly lucky and blessed to have them and the rest of Team WP doing the heavy lifting, especially over the next few months. A special shout-out and thank you too to the amazing healthcare staff working through the festive period and new year, taking excellent care of all of us,” He said.
The other Sengkang MP, Raeesah Khan, is due to give birth soon. WP members such as former party chief Low Thia Khiang will be helping Raeesah and He with their duties in their respective constituencies while the two MPs are on maternity leave.
He, Raeesah, Dr Lim and Chua were elected into the WP’s central executive committee, following the party’s elections last Sunday.
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