Hong Kong Media Did Not Censor Angelababy’s Son’s Face Again

By on February 23, 2019 in NEWS

Hong Kong Media Did Not Censor Angelababy’s Son’s Face Again

With fame comes attention, and this is especially the case for high-profile celebrity couple Huang Xiaoming (黄晓明) and Angelababy (楊穎). Even their son, “Little Sponge,” is often thrown into the spotlight, as he was recently photographed in Hong Kong with the 29-year-old actress, who is in town for work. Forgetting last year’s lesson, the Hong Kong media once again exposed the two-year-old’s face without censoring it.

In the photos, Angelababy was sporting a bare face without a mask and donning a black short sleeve t-shirt. The petite starlet seemed to struggle when she exited the car carrying Little Sponge, who’s visibly bigger than before. Once she let him down, the child was very active and happy, holding onto her hand, walking together slowly.

It’s been a while since the toddler returned to Hong Kong, so his relatives are taking advantage of his visit to bond with him. Helpers, drivers, and relatives accompanied the mother and son duo. Despite receiving help, Angelababy had dark eye circles and a pale face, most likely a result of juggling work and caring for Little Sponge.

On the other hand, the youngster seemed very chubby and healthy. Although the photographs were censored with a mosaic block, his full face was revealed on the publication’s cover. But it’s not the first time the Hong Kong media exposed Little Sponge’s face. When he was less than a year old, the Hong Kong media photographed and released his photos without censoring him. The images garnered a lot of attention, as it was the first time the baby’s appearance was revealed. Netizens commented he resembled a young Huang Xiaoming while his face shape was the same as his mother’s.

When Xiaoming saw those photos first thing in the morning, he lost his temper and immediately bashed the Hong Kong media in an angry post published on Weibo. However, the actor deleted it in the evening and replaced the bashing with a more mellow post. In it, he asked the media for more privacy, especially when it came to Little Sponge. “I understand, that as a public figure, space for privacy is something that cannot be forced upon,” he wrote. “However, I still hope to give my son a normal life, for him to be able to grow without the attention of others.”

As for Angelababy, she echoed the same sentiments in a previous interview.

Source: QQ

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  • 5 comments to Hong Kong Media Did Not Censor Angelababy’s Son’s Face Again

    1. littlefish says:

      Now this is when HK media needs more disciplined, is there no law against this?

      See at first I thought AB isn’t a great mother (because I barely see news or photos of them together). but now and then you see picture of her and her son, and it always a happy or loving kind, so she must be doing it right to the boy. (This is the 3rd one plus a statement from AB about she doesn’t care what the media talk about her, just leave her son out of it).

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    2. cutie777 says:

      Lol. You won’t get to see his face or knowing his real name it will always say little sponge? I think little sponge should wear a costume such as spider man or Deadpool if they’re afraid people take a picture of him since he’s so private. Or don’t bother take him out just let him stay at home at all the time more privacy for him like that.

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      • jimmyszeto replied:

        @cutie777
        The child’s nickname is for the parents to use and not for the likes of you and me.

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        • cutie777 replied:

          @jimmyszeto I know what you mean but what I mean is they never announced his real name isn’t it?

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        • jimmyszeto replied:

          @cutie777
          Yeh.. some celebrities don’t release names of their children because they want minimal press coverage to protect their children. I still don’t think it’s very appropriate for us to call their children by the private nickname given by the child’s parent. It’s similar to any nickname. If your nickname was ‘baby’ given to you by your boyfriend, I doubt you will be very pleased if I called you ‘baby’…

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