Hawick Lau is a Full-Time Parent

By on October 10, 2019 in NEWS

Hawick Lau is a Full-Time Parent

After his divorce from Yang Mi (楊冪) last December, Hawick Lau (劉愷威) was seen spending more time in Hong Kong with their daughter Noemie. The 44-year-old actor has been frequently spotted running errands for his daughter around the city, and was most recently seen picking Noemie up from school with his mother.

Noemie, who is now five years old, is said to have resembled Hawick when she was a toddler. Now that’s growing older, she is starting to resemble her mother Yang Mi more and more each day.

The little girl immediately jumped into Hawick’s arms when she saw him. Reportedly, Hawick had just returned to Hong Kong from a filming project in Shenzhen. The actor has become more selective in his job offers, as he hopes to be closer to his daughter.

While both of Noemie’s parents are away for work, it is Hawick’s mother who becomes in charge of her care. According to TVB actor Lau Dan (劉丹), Hawick’s father, Noemie’s “favorite person in the world” is her grandmother, followed by her dad Hawick.

Hawick, however, didn’t take Noemie home after school that day. Noemie was driven home by their family’s driver, while Hawick himself left separately in his own car for a doctor’s appointment. Reportedly, Hawick had been sick all day, but he made sure to be available to see his daughter back from school.

Source: QQ.com

This article is written by Addy for JayneStars.com.

2 comments to Hawick Lau is a Full-Time Parent

  1. miyabi says:

    lol. picking your kids up is not something so spectacular that it deserves a medal. it’s a responsibility. the mother is already absent. maybe yang mi and hawick have a mutual agreement on who would be the one to spend more time with their daughter. given that hawick doesn’t have a lot of job offers, then it’s natural that most of the parenting falls onto him.

    i mean how many of us had working fathers and stay at home mothers? naturally the mothers would be the ones taking care of us. working mothers wouldn’t have much time.

    i don’t know much about yang mi, never seen her shows either, but from what i gather, it seems she’s quite famous and much more bigger than hawick in the mainland, and hence busier.

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  2. hazel says:

    I find it sad that Noemie (Naomi?) will have a strained relationship with her mother. She only sees her in person for what, 3 weeks, in a year? That’s not healthy for Noemie’s development. I think it’s irresponsible for Yang Mi to become an absentee mother. (I mean she probably wasn’t ready to be a mother, but felt obligated to have Noemie cause she got knocked up).

    While it seems like Hawick’s parents are doing a good job with raising her, it’s not really a good solution to addressing their parenting problems.

    However, I’m glad Noemie has a hands on father in Hawick.

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