HK actor Roger Kwok and former TVB star Cindy Au divorce after 18 years of marriage


Roger Kwok and Cindy Au tied the knot in 2006 and have two children together. Photo: Cindy Au/Instagram

Hong Kong actor Roger Kwok and former TVB star Cindy Au have divorced after 18 years of marriage.

The pair broke the news on their social media accounts on Thursday (May 2).

In a joint statement, the former couple said they were thankful for the years they spent together.

They also revealed that they have been separated for two years.

“After careful consideration and discussion, we have decided to divorce. It was a tough decision.

“I’m grateful that we have devoted ourselves to each other and worked hard for our family,” they said.

Kwok, 59, and Au, 44, tied the knot in 2006 after a seven-year courtship. They have two children together – Brad, 16, and Blair, 12.

In 2019, Kwok told Hong Kong media that he once considered divorce after having constant arguments with Au over how they should raise their children.

However, the pair managed to fix their marriage by spending more time together, strengthening their belief in religion and reaching an agreement on the academic expectations of their children.

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