Originally from the UK, Lucie Powell mo v e d t o Singapore from Hong Kong nearly four years ago. She has four children, Freddie (3), Poppy and Daisy (2), and Lily (7 months), and dogs Champ and Skippy. Although originally a portfolio manager for a hedge fund, she later followed her passion and became a strength coach and nutritionist.

Originally from Calgary in Alberta, Canada, April Rice has been in Singapore for five years and had her second daughter, Jaiden (2), here. Prior to that, she and husband Todd lived in Hong Kong, where they had their first daughter, Calia (5). Golden retriever Addy joined the family in Hong Kong from Australia. April works as a fitness instructor for F45 Holland Village and Bloom’n Fit, a mums’ bootcamp in the Botanical Gardens.

Kim Seacombe is a half- Dutch, half-English, third- generation expat who grew up across three continents. She’s lived in Singapore with husband Chris for six years, and is mother to Amelia (2) and Sienna (5 months). Having designed for Tommy Hilfiger inAmsterdam, she has set up private womenswear labels at Zalora since moving here, and was head of design for Laura Ashley Asia before and during her first pregnancy. I r i s h Sarah Lloyd a n d husband James have lived in Singapore for four years. Initially moving for James’s job, she took up a position as human resources business partner for AAM Advisory, a company offering financial planning and other services. She has three children, Sophia (7), Ava (6) and Freya (6 months). Her two eldest girls go to Dover Court International School and love it.

British Katie Marsden has lived in Singapore for 11 years. She’s currently on maternity leave from her role as vice president of marketing communications for Base Entertainment Asia (a promotion company that manages and produces the shows at the Sands Theatre at MBS). She has two children, Madeleine (2) and Joseph (4months), and lives with husband Steve and their children in the Watten Estate area of Bukit Timah, along with their two dogs, Molly and Wilma.

19 KIDS’ GUIDE2019

Made with FlippingBook Annual report