Kevin Cheng, Grace Chan Take Son Out for a Walk

By on March 20, 2020 in NEWS

Kevin Cheng, Grace Chan Take Son Out for a Walk

Grace Chan (陳凱琳) and Kevin Cheng’s (鄭嘉穎) son Rafael turned one year old in February, and has just learned how to walk. Kevin couldn’t resist and decided to take him to a nearby playground to get some fresh air.

Grace posted a photo on Instagram sharing this special moment. Kevin is seen holding on tight to Rafael who still totters while walking. As parents, they are taking all precautions to ensure that Rafael will be protected during the coronavirus pandemic while outdoors. Rafael wore a hoodie and a infant surgical mask. His pant legs were rolled up and revealed his cute, little chubby calves.

Grace captioned her post, “Hope everyone is doing well! We’ve been especially careful lately when we take little Rafael out, but we’re so excited he’s learning how to walk! (First-time parents know what I mean right?)”

In preparation for the walk in the park, Grace prepared a bag of virus precautionary items including antibacterial wipes, sanitizing spray, and disinfectant. Even though it was raining that day, it certainly looked like their family enjoyed their day out.

Source: Sky Post

This article is written by Kiki for JayneStars.com.

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4 comments to Kevin Cheng, Grace Chan Take Son Out for a Walk

  1. jimmyszeto says:

    How is the son called Raphael? It’s Rafael!

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    • jayne replied:

      @jimmyszeto19 Yes, you’re right. Made the correction.

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  2. m0m0 says:

    is anyone aware of the situation in hk. they say it is better, is life pretty much back to normal now? they are just starting to close parks and all the public places in the states now as the situation s getting so dire.

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    • jayne replied:

      @m0m0 Hong Kong has one of the lowest rates of infection, with 154 active cases. Like China, most of the new cases reported in HK are from people returning from Europe, US, or overseas. There is a “bigger” jump in recent days (in the double digits) which is closely watched by health authorities because they are afraid that a second wave of infections may start. HK schools remain closed until at least April 20.

      We see artistes make a few more public appearances but overall, people are still very cautious, wearing face masks in public, and staying home as much as possible.

      This website is useful in tracking worldwide coronavirus cases and is updated throughout the day:

      https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/

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