HK actress Tavia Yeung addresses divorce rumours

Hong Kong celebrity couple Tavia Yeung and Him Law have been married since 2016. Photo: Tavia Yeung/Instagram

Popular Hong Kong actress Tavia Yeung recently sparked discussions among netizens with her latest Instagram post where she expressed anger at someone.

In her post on Wednesday (May 24), Yeung uploaded a picture of the angry emoji along with a caption that read: “When you’re angry and disappointed, what can you do? #OverAndOverAgain #JustBecauseIDontSayAnythingDoesntMeanIDontKnow #DontAskIWontAnswerYou.”

Normally calm and composed, many netizens wondered what could have possibly made the former TVB actress lash out like that.

Some speculated that it had something to do with her husband, popular actor Him Law, and that a divorce might be underway.

“Him Law (is) sleeping on the sofa tonight,” one netizen replied under the post.

“If there’s one instance (of unfaithful behaviour), there will only be a hundred more. Why would you want to keep a dishonest guy? Just divorce him already,” said another.

In response to the situation, Yeung quickly clarified that the post had nothing to do with her husband.

“I posted it because I was disappointed with a friend. I just wanted to express myself,” the 43-year-old told HK01.

When told by Hong Kong media that many netizens thought her husband was cheating, Yeung responded with, “As if!”

Meanwhile, Law has also refuted rumours that he and his wife of six years are divorcing.

“My wife had a friend who disappointed her, so she was trying to express herself,” he said, adding that he would console and talk to his wife at home after work.

Law and Yeung started dating in 2011 after starring opposite one another in the TVB drama, The Hippocratic Crush.

The couple got married five years later in October 2016 and share two children.

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