HK actor Roger Kwok opens up about divorce from ex-TVB star Cindy Au


HK actor Roger Kwok and former TVB actress Cindy Au announced their divorce on May 2. Photos: Roger Kwok/Instagram, Cindy Au/Instagram

Hong Kong actor Roger Kwok has made his first public appearance since announcing his divorce from former TVB actress Cindy Au on May 2.

In a recent interview with Hong Kong media, Kwok opened up about his current relationship with Au, saying they will remain friends despite their 18-year marriage coming to an end.

“Our understanding of life has changed, but I’ll always give love.

“Regardless of the changes in our living arrangements, I believe our relationship will deepen over time. She’s still the mother of our children,” the 59-year-old said.

Kwok shared that their two kids are currently living with him.

The Big White Duel star previously told Hong Kong media that he once considered divorce after having constant arguments with Au, 44, over how they should raise their children.

“Our two children were aware (of the divorce) from the beginning.

“They are very intelligent, and I’m grateful they understand our family situation,” he said.

When asked if Au’s pursuit of further education played a part in the divorce, Kwok said it’s hard to pinpoint a single reason.

The actor also shut down talks that there was a dispute over alimony, adding: “We communicate about everything, so there’s no need for everyone to worry.”

As for whether he had tried to fix his marriage with Au, Kwok declined to share much.

“It’s difficult to discuss as it’s such a private matter for the both of us. It’s been a while and it’s hard to talk about it again,” he said.

Kwok and Au married in 2006 after a seven-year courtship. The pair share a 16-year-old son, Brad, and a 12-year-old daughter, Blair.

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