WHAT a loving couple are Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown.
Last night I joined them on board business tycoon Allan Zeman's 94-foot all-creature-comforts-catered-for luxury yacht Ze-Breeze II for a harbour cruise and dinner on Lamma Island.
And they never stopped. They were hugging and kissing each other before we boarded, during the sea journey and even at dinner - between mouthfuls of clams and oysters.
They took a break only when the crabs arrived, with both sets of ring-encrustedhands going to work with relish.
Mind you, Bobby did break off when I sat next to them on the homeward journey to tell me he wished he was doing a second concert here. ''It was one of the best gigs I've ever played,'' he drooled. ''Yes, it was fantastic . . . fantastic,'' butted in Whitney.
''It's your second time here, right?'' I asked.
''Yeah, I love it here. It's a great fun place,'' Whitney said.
Then it was back to the kissy-kissy and huggy-huggy routine.
I couldn't bear to interrupt them, so I repaired to the top deck for a breath of fresh air.
Incidentally, despite Whitney's phobia about having cameras near her, some of their entourage were so excited about being on board Allan's beautiful yacht that they were taking pictures of themselves like school kids.