HK actress Tavia Yeung fears her children might forget her if she works too hard

The actress is married to Him Law and has two small children. Photo: Tavia Yeung/Instagram

Actress Tavia Yeung, who is married to fellow actor Him Law, gave birth to a daughter in 2020 and a son at the end of 2021.

Understandably, she took a break from acting to care for her two kids and spend time with them. Her dedication to her children is obvious from her many Instagram posts.

Since becoming a mother of two, the usually busy star had participated in only one series which was Modern Dynasty, released in 2022.

This year, the 44-year-old returns to TVB to star in its upcoming drama Darkside Of The Moon, which has just finished production.

The series is said to also feature her sister, Griselda Yeung, along with Vincent Wong and Priscilla Wong.

At a party to celebrate the end of filming, the Vigilante Force actress told Hong Kong media that filming Darkside Of The Moon was a fun experience and that she was a little sad to be done with the shoot.

As translated by, Yeung said: “When I am home, I don’t put on any makeup or even bother to colour my grey hair. However, when I returned to work, I focused on taking care of myself to present the best version of me to the audience and my work.”

At the same time, Yeung also spoke of the guilt she felt for being gone from her family for so long. Yeung was in China for two months for the Darkside Of The Moon shoot.

She said she's worried her children “will not remember her” if she's away for a long period of time.

“When I returned home, my daughter asked why I haven’t been home and whether I was leaving again....

“She even said she doesn’t want me to leave her and told me to tell Him Law to go to work instead of me.

“After I heard that, I felt very guilty. Children grow up very fast, so I must find a balance between work and my family.”

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