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Jackie Chan's Daughter Etta Ng Defends Marrying Wife, Wants Kids

Etta Ng and Andi Autumn

Chan's 19-year-old lesbian daughter, with whom he's never had a relationship, spoke out against detractors claiming her wife only married her for money. 

Jackie Chan's estranged 19-year-old daughter, Etta Ng, happily announced via Instagram that she married her girlfriend Andi Autumn in November after Ng said in May that she'd been kicked out of her home because she is a lesbian. Now, responding to criticism of her marriage to 31-year-old Autumn, Ng has not only said that she knows what she's doing but that the women are looking to move their relationship forward and adopt a child, as Ng told Apple Daily.

"There are many children in this world who do not have a family and they yearn for love," Ng said about adopting a child with Autumn.

Responding to criticism that Ng (who said she's known she was gay since she was 12) is too young to make such massive life decisions as marriage, she said, "No way. I know what I'm doing. [Autumn] is perfect. I don't know how you want me to explain it."

She also addressed social media opinion that Autumn, an influencer, only married Ng for money because she's Chan's daughter.

"As for people saying she's after my money, I don't have any money! So I don't know what people think. It's funny to me," Ng said.

Announcing their nuptials in November, Ng wrote on Instagram, "Everyone deserves love and not until I felt love can I be sure that understanding, connecting, attention, and love in the face of hate can heal the most depraved of hearts. Love always wins. Always."

Ng has never had much of a relationship with her famous father. "We have been in the pursuit of happiness the day we were born. Abused as children who never felt love, we have so much to give," Ng said of her and Autumn in the Instagram post. "We have conquered our fears, accepted our faults, and now we understand that the people who hurt us are hurting still. We have all been hurt but if you can dream of love, you can find it."

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