Melissa Koh, 33, gives birth to 3rd son

Bundle of joy.

Fasiha Nazren |
May 12, 2023, 6:42 pm

Singaporean influencer Melissa Koh has given birth to her third son.

Melissa announced the news in an Instagram post on May 12, 2023.


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“We’ve welcomed baby Oliver into the world and have fallen so deeply in love with him,” she said.

She tagged her husband, James Chen, as well as baby Oliver Elias Chen in the photo.

“A part of him always lives here”

On April 29, the couple posted on Oliver’s Instagram page that preparing for his arrival “hasn’t been the easiest thing to do”.


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Melissa said in a previous post that late Asher’s nursery is ready and that they are looking forward to welcoming Oliver into the space.

“A part of him [Asher] always lives here,” the post mentioned.


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Asher Matthias Chen, the couple’s second child, passed away in April 2023.

He was born with a heart condition and had undergone multiple surgeries.

Top image from @melissackoh on Instagram.


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