Late Autumn actress Tang Wei is expecting a monkey-year baby
Another happy bundle is on the way. Chinese actress Tang Wei, who is married to Late Autumn director Kim Tae Yong, has announced in a very unique way that she is pregnant with a baby for the Year of the Monkey. Check out photos of the beautiful actress with a baby bump.
Tang Wei and Korean star Hyun Bin had one of the longest kisses ever in the movie Late Autumn, and fans who had wished the two stars would date in real life were shocked when Tang Wei and director Kim got married in 2014 instead.
The 36-year-old actress announced via a weibo social media post on February 26, "To all dear friends, Tae Yong and Tang Tang are reporting happy news for the new year. We are expecting a naughty little monkey."
Her post was accompanied by a cute monkey painting, drawn in the Chinese style of brush painting, by her father who is a renowned painter and who signed as "Monkey's Grandpa".
Isn't that a cute announcement?
2016 is the Year of the Monkey according to the Chinese zodiac. Monkey is a popular sign as those who are born in the year of the monkey are considered smart and charming.
The beautiful actress is speculated to be about 4 to 5 months pregnant. She looks fantastic with a baby bump in her recent appearance.
In the meantime, Finding Mr. Right 2, the sequel to Tang Wei's popular movie Finding Mr. Right, co-starring the same leading man Wu Xiu Bo, will be released on April 29. The new movie is also known as Beijing Meets Seattle II: Book of Love.
Congratulations to Tang Wei and Kimg Tae Yong for their happy news!
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