HONG KONG - Heavenly King Aaron Kwok went to great lengths to keep his wedding to model Moka Fang low-key.
Security was tight on Tuesday (April 18) at The Peninsula Hong Kong, where the couple arrived by helicopter and avoided the media completely, said Oriental Daily News.
The carefulness extended to the official wedding photos that were issued to the press. A first set of pictures showed the groom and groomsmen but not the bride. In a photo that was taken by photographer Wing Shya and released later, Fang is in white lace and Kwok's hand is on her waist, as if to shield her from pregnancy speculation.
However, in the evening, a picture of a seemingly swollen Fang in a Chinese wedding jacket and skirt surfaced on Weibo, said Oriental.
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photo: Chinese model Moka Fang (centre) pictured with her parents on the night of the wedding/weibo
Kwok, 51, and Fang, 29, were married by a lawyer at a banquet in the hotel on Tuesday, after dating for less than two years, said Hong Kong newspapers.
Ming Pao Daily News said he got engaged to his Chinese girlfriend in December last year, hoping for his ageing mother to witness his nuptials. The singer and actor, who rose to fame in the 1990s, is the last of Hong Kong pop's four Heavenly Kings to wed.