Taiwanese artiste Vivian Hsu, who has stayed in bed for the past few months to ensure the safety of her unborn baby, has arrived at the 32nd week of her pregnancy yesterday.
In an Instagram post, Vivian shared a photo from her latest ultrasound scan which showed a frontal view of the baby for the first time. From his sharp nose and chin, the boy appears to have inherited his parents’ good looks.
The mum-to-be thanked her son for his “steel-like strength and resilience” in her post. She wrote: “We have gone through many difficult stages together! You have collaborated very well [with me] and you have worked really hard, just like your mummy ‘Iron V’.”
In addition, Vivian also introduced her baby to other members in the family. “You have a responsible and caring dad, as well as two beautiful and intelligent sisters who are multi-talented. They play the guitar, sing well and draw very well. They are also very sporty and cool. You have a lot to learn from them in the future,” she added.
Vivian Hsu experiences flatulence and swelling