ACTRESS Rozita Che Wan, who has been criticised for appearing all dolled up with her baby daughter, said such negative talk did not bother her.
“It does not matter what people say,” the 41-year-old celebrity was quoted as saying in Harian Metro. “What is important is that my daughter is cute and healthy.”
Rozita, who is better known as Che Ta, was seen posing with her daughter who was born on Saturday in Selangor.
The photograph was uploaded by her husband Zain Saidin on Instagram soon after the baby was delivered.
Rozita said people who knew her personally were aware of her penchant for being dolled up and looking attractive wherever she was.
Furthermore, Rozita said she had done the same when her two older children from a previous marriage were born.
Asked about the name of the newborn girl, Rozita said she had more than 20 names short-listed, but was leaving the decision to her husband.
“Let him think of the names. If possible, I want a name that is short.
“So far, we have not narrowed down the names yet as Zain has a few options.
“We will decide by this week, but I will only announce her name once we have registered (with the National Registration Department),” said Rozita who would be undergoing traditional confinement for 100 days.
> A six-year-old girl suffered in pain for almost a month due to a hairclip which was inserted into her private part, reported the daily.
Her mother said she took her daughter to hospital after finding out that the girl was always complaining of pain whenever she went to the toilet.
Alor Gajah district police chief Supt Muhammad Ismail Muhammad Yusof said the mother brought her daughter to the Alor Gajah hospital, but did not find anything peculiar.
“A week later, the mother realised that there was discharge in the girl’s private parts and it turned into pus. So, the girl was taken to the Malacca Hospital.
“Further examinations revealed there was a hairclip in the girl’s private part and it was then surgically removed,” said Supt Muhammad Ismail.
Apparently, a friend of the girl had inserted the clip.
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