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Bling Empire’s Christine Chiu leggy in red plaid dress while Christmas tree shopping with family

Her lavish life has been well documented on Netflix reality series Bling Empire.

But it is the simple things that seem to matter the most for Christine Chiu.

The 38-year-old reality star was seen enjoying a bonding outing with her husband, Dr. Gabriel Chiu, and three-year-old son, Gabriel Chiu III AKA Baby G, as they went Christmas tree shopping in LA on Black Friday.

For the outing, the Bling Empire star oozed youthful style decked out in a festive red and black plaid dress, that was paired with sexy fishnet stockings.   

Youthful: Christine Chiu, 38, put her fashionista foot forward in a red and black plaid dress and black combat-style boots while out Christmas tree shopping with her husband and son

As part of design, Chiu decided to step up her fashion statement by pulling up the bottom portion of the number, for an extra leggy effect.

The ensemble got a rugged touch with a pair of black leather boots that resembled military combat boots.  

At times, she carried a stylish Chanel fanny pack over her left shoulder, and positioned it along her chest region. 

The overall look was rounded out with her long raven tresses pulled back off her face and into a ponytail, with the exception of a few strands of her hair she opted to leave dangling over her face, and a prominent part in the middle. 

Tis' the season: The Bling Empire star and her husband, Dr. Gabriel Chiu, doted on their three-year-old son, Gabriel Chiu III, while they surveyed all the trees lined up, both big and small

Tis’ the season: The Bling Empire star and her husband, Dr. Gabriel Chiu, doted on their three-year-old son, Gabriel Chiu III, while they surveyed all the trees lined up, both big and small

Toy story: Baby G appeared to be drawn to reindeer made out of chunks of sliced wood

Toy story: Baby G appeared to be drawn to reindeer made out of chunks of sliced wood

Toy reindeer made out of chunks of sliced wood caught the attention of Baby G during thir Black Friday shopping.

His mommy had him color-coordinated with her outfit, dressing him in red sweatpants with a matching hoodie, and white sneakers.

Dr. Chiu, a successful surgeon who partnered with his wife on their business, Beverly Hills Plastic Surgery Inc., kept it casual in denim blue jeans, dark blue shirt and grey, black and white loafers. 

Little Gabriel, who was conceived via IVF in 2018, appeared to be guiding his parents through the tented shopping area, as they each held their boy’s hand. 

Doting parents: the couple held on to their boy's hands while making their way through the tented shopping area

Doting parents: the couple held on to their boy’s hands while making their way through the tented shopping area

Little Gabriel match his mother's ensemble in a red sweatpants and matching hoodie

Little Gabriel match his mother’s ensemble in a red sweatpants and matching hoodie

The couple’s family story has been told, in part, on the Bling Empire reality series that airs on Netflix.          

Premiering in January 2021, the show focuses on the lives of wealthy East Asian and East Asian-American socialites based in the Los Angeles area, and has been described as real-life Crazy Rich Asians.

It is the first American reality television series in which the main cast are all East Asians living in the U.S.

Bling Empire has already been greenlit for a second season.

Fans may also recognize Christine when she competed in the 30th season of Dancing With The Stars, which saw her paired with professional Pasha Pashkov. 

The duo ended up finishing in 14th place after being eliminated in the third week in October      

Historic: Chiu's series, Bling Empire, is the first American reality television series in which the main cast are all East Asians living in the U.S.; the Netflix series , which premiered in January 2021, has been greenlit for a second season

Historic: Chiu’s series, Bling Empire, is the first American reality television series in which the main cast are all East Asians living in the U.S.; the Netflix series , which premiered in January 2021, has been greenlit for a second season


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