Nicholas Tse and Cecilia Cheung Upset Over Unauthorized Release of Wedding Photos

By on March 21, 2011 in Hot Gossip!, NEWS

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Hong Kong Entertainment news reported on March 20,2011 that marriage photos of Nicholas Tse Ting Fungand Cecilia Cheung Pak Chi from four and a half years ago in the Philippines were being published in the social media circle. Cecilia’s manager confirmed that the wedding pictures were posted by their Filipino photographer on his social media page ,which circulated the photos within a very short time.

Cecilia and Nic remained calm at the exposure of their wedding photos, while expressing that they will retain the option to take legal action if necessary. They also noted that they were disappointed with the unprofessionalism of the Filipino photographer in revealing their wedding photos.

On the positive side, the wedding photos have shown the sweet side of Nic and Cecilia deeply in love. There was a picture of Nic down on his knee putting on the wedding ring for his beautiful bride. Another picture showed the newlyweds strolling along the bluish sandy beach. The most romantic scene was a picture of a night scene when the couple was kissing under sparkling fireworks especially arranged by Nic to surprise Cecilia at their wedding night. Despite their wedding photos being revealed after four and a half years, the good thing is that Nic and Cecilia are still happily married and are now caring parents of  two lovely boys.
source: on.cc
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9 comments to Nicholas Tse and Cecilia Cheung Upset Over Unauthorized Release of Wedding Photos

  1. Cynthia says:

    Was it really necessary to write that the photographer was a Filipino? Is this how racism starts? Or could it be the aftermath of the Hong Kong tour bus incident? Either way, not nice.

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    • pandamao replied:

      Hmm … I don’t think any racism was implied. Maybe a bit sensitive, eh?

      I focused on the fact that some photographer betrayed them when they were honey-mooning in the Philippines.

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      • Cynthia replied:

        I guess it really depends on how the person reads it.

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  2. Funn Lim says:

    Sorry but didn’t the previous article said they consented to this??

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  3. HeTieShou says:

    I am also shocked about this article because didn’t the other one said that they were ok with it? Why are they now complaining about it?? This doesn’t make sense…

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  4. Miss China says:

    The information I had on my hands read that Nicholas Tse had consented… I also am confused about it~~~

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  5. NJ photographer says:

    all professional photographers has a contract that says “studio can use your materials for his own purpose” otherwise noted

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  6. Nana - female photographer says:

    All photographers have the right to post pictures they have been working so hard! And what makes them upset if they are happily married until now? This issue is such a crap!

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  7. irislim says:

    I personally know the photographer. The person who leaked the first batch of photos was Nicholas’s friend. It was after the first leak that Lito Sy, the photographer, asked and received consent to reveal the rest.

    And it can’t be racism…the photographer has Chinese blood himself!

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