Lynn Hung delighted fans with a her latest weibo post which shared some pictures from a photoshoot documenting her eight-month of pregnancy.
The Chinese model-actress, best known for playing Cheung Wing Sing, the first wife of Wing Chun grandmaster Ip Man in the Donnie-Yen starring Ip Man film franchise, uploaded a series of professionally-shot photographs on her weibo with a message about her baby, which is said to be due next month.
While she's eager to embrace motherhood, the beautiful mother-to-be expressed that she felt like she would miss being pregnant.
The message begins with: “It is getting closer and closer to baby’s birth. Looking forward to it. Yet, feeling somewhat reluctant. For the past few months, every fetal movement has given me an even more intimate connection with my baby. ”
In her Mar 12 weibo post, Hung, 37, also showered praises on her businessman husband Ken Kwok Ho Chung, younger brother of Hong Kong actress Kenix Kwok.
“My husband has been so accommodating and caring to me, that I am absolutely assured our little family will definitely be blissful and happy.”
Hung (also known as Xiong Dailin) tied the knot with Ken in 2016, after dating for two years.
Before that, her most high-profile relationship was with pop star Aaron Kwok. Last year, The Hong Kong Heavenly King married Chinese model-actress Moka Fang, who gave birth to his first child, a daughter named Chant.
Born in Nanjing City, Jiangsu Province, China, Hung studied costume design and performing arts at Soochow University.
The statuesque beauty (1.79m) made her name as a fashion model in Shanghai before relocating to Hong Kong to pursue a career in film.
Besides her role in Ip Man, Hung is also known for her comedic turns in Raymond Wong’s lunar holiday romantic comedies such as the All’s Well Ends Well franchise (2010, 2011, 2012).
A much sought-after model and actress, Hung is also a shrewd businesswoman who runs Devi Sport, an activewear business she started with her husband in 2015.
She was last seen acting alongside Orlando Bloom and Simon Yam in the 2017 high-octane British-Chinese heist thriller The Shanghai Job (also known as S.M.A.R.T Chase).