HK actress Tavia Yeung and her children visit Him Law on film set in Malaysia

Hong Kong actress Tavia Yeung recently took her children to visit their father, actor Him Law, on his film set in Malaysia. Photo: Tavia Yeung/Instagram

Popular Hong Kong actor Him Law recently received a surprise visit from his wife, actress Tavia Yeung, and their two children on his film set in Malaysia, Sin Chew reported.

According to the publication, Yeung, 43, brought their children here as they had not seen their father for nearly a month due to his busy work schedule.

Law, 38, has been in Malaysia since early July to shoot his new drama, Modern Dynasty 2.

The series will be filmed here for two months, with most of the scenes taking place around Kuala Lumpur.

In an interview with Hong Kong's Oriental Daily, Law said he was very happy when his f amily visited him as he would only return to Hong Kong mid-September.

"Since my work schedule is really tight, I would wake up early every day to have breakfast with (my family). My wife will also take the kids around (while I'm working)," he said.

Last Saturday (Aug 5), Yeung took her children shopping at Suria KLCC.

The former TVB star was accompanied by her friends, including Malaysia International Film Festival chairperson Joanne Goh – who posted photos of their meetup on Facebook.

Earlier in April, Law came to Malaysia to accompany Yeung, who was in the country to film the fourth season of 8TV's Family Singing Show – in which she was appointed as one of the judges.

Law and Yeung tied the knot in October 2016 after dating for five years. The couple have a three-year-old daughter, Hera, and a one-year-old son, Eden.

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