Busy with many projects, 36-year-old actress Yang Mi (楊冪) continues to exude goddess appeal with her svelte appearance. Recently, her former father-in-law Lau Dan (劉丹) revealed to HK media lately that his 9-year-old granddaughter, Little Sticky Rice (小糯米) may have developed psychological issues due to constantly missing her mother!
Little Sticky Rice Pretended to Be Fine?
Professing to being the “bad cop” in bringing up the child, the 79-year-old veteran actor shared that Little Sticky Rice was “secretly crying during bedtime”, and after much probing, she finally blurted that she badly missed having her mother Yang Mi around. There were signs she was just pretending to be “all grown-up” previously, when she had in fact found it tough without mom by her side.
According to sources, Lau Dan even teared up while recounting these during interviews, as he was “upset” about how much his granddaughter may be suffering in silence.
However, some netizens brought up their suspicions about Lau Dan’s words, given his previous sarcasm towards Yang Mi as well as citing his previous attempts at making headline-worthy allegations, to put his son Hawick Lau (劉愷威) back in the limelight.
Lau Dan Wants the Couple to Reconcile?
Hawick had previously acknowledged ongoing romantic rumors with actress Cherry Li (李曉峰), with pregnancy talk swirling mere months since they went official.
Apparently pleased with his son’s new romantic interest and prospective partner, Lau Dan revealed that he had already met with Cherry via video call and was full of praise for the petite actress, describing her as “respectful.” However, social media platform Weibo recently trended again with the on-off topic “Lau Dan Asks Yang Mi to reconcile with Hawick to give Little Sticky Rice a complete family”– leaving guesses as to the veracity of the claim, and if his anxiousness over Little Sticky Rice may have prompted these words from Lau Dan.