Cecilia Cheung shocked that her baby's info has been leaked by media

Cecilia Cheung
Ever since Cecilia Cheung gave birth to her third child late last year, the media frenzy over the father's identity has not stopped. Different actors were speculated to be the father and the actress's efforts to keep her private life private seem futile. 

Recently, Hong Kong tabloids have gotten a hold of her baby's birth certificate and revealed details like his full name, birthday and other personal information to the public. Cecilia Cheung felt shocked, disappointed and helpless upon learning what happened. She immediately commented about the serious invasion of her and her family's privacy through her manager and said that she will investigate the matter until the end and take legal action against those responsible. 

Her manager also denies the rumors that she is sending her newborn to Vancouver to be cared for by her relatives and clarifies that the baby has never even left Hong Kong. Besides, Cecilia loves children and would take care of the baby herself. 

Source: 1, 2



5 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness! Poor Cicelia and fam! They've gone too far!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Yep...they're crossing the line here...why can't they just leave mother and son alone...

      Delete
  2. Why do I feel like this is media play? Regardless, if the Papz did this shame on them...if it was released on purpose, then it is a smart move... it is very odd why she is keeping the child's father a secret. She is no longer married, so her moving on won't even be frowned upon, since Nick has been clear that ge has moved in and is not going back at all.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. She isn’t obligated to tell the world who is the father.

      Delete
    2. In Asia, it's still frowned upon that people have babies outside of marriage like it's a moral sin, and unmarried parents or single mothers don't benefit from the same laws as married parents. This is why many Asian celebrities tie the knot out of the blue when they are expecting a child.

      Delete