Miriam Yeung Searching for a School for Son?

By on July 28, 2013 in NEWS


When a barefaced and tired-looking Miriam Yeung (楊千嬅) was seen shopping in the streets, her old haggard look of motherhood shocked the media. Miriam once professed her love for makeup and looking good in public, but ever since the birth of her son, 1-year-old Torres Ting (丁進諾) last year, Miriam focused all of her efforts on her son and rarely made public appearances. Husband Real Ting (丁子高) was often handed with the task to address the media’s concerns.

Two nights ago, Miriam and Real took a break from being parents and went to eat dinner in Central. When the couple left the restaurant around 10 p.m., reporters swarmed up to Miriam, who was dressed casually in black. Miriam looked shocked at first, but she quickly covered her face with her hands and told the press to not take pictures. They quickly walked to their car.

When the reporters mentioned the rumor that Miriam is searching for a school for Torres, Miriam slowed down her pace and laughed. “My son is only a year old. How can I find a school for him?”

When they reached their car, Miriam told the press once again that she did not want any pictures taken. Real put on a big smile and immediately turned the car around to shield Miriam from the reporters. He waved at the reporters before driving away.

Source: Oriental Daily

This article is written by Addy for JayneStars.com.

1 comment to Miriam Yeung Searching for a School for Son?

  1. Cleo says:

    I can tell from this and the fact that Cheung Pak Chi is looking at Canadian schools after the press went to her child’s school that the celebrities are really suffering – there’s too much media coverage of their after hours activities. I remember seeing actresses in HK shops, malls, hotels and restaurants and they all looked serene and they didn’t look scared to be recognized – HK should return to those days where ordinary people enjoy seeing them in the flesh but no one had any desire to take their pix and post it anywhere. It’s FUN to see them walking around Hong Kong but what do WE get out of it if they are trailed by the press who could easily report on something else or just shrink their payroll. You can really tell that everyone including Tse Yeen and Dek Bor Lai are enduring the reporters and probably Cheung Mon Yuk is being bullied by them.

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