Zanilia Zhao and Feng Shaofeng announced that they had officially tied the knot earlier this month. The couple, who previously did not acknowledge that they were dating, has also been rumoured to be expecting their first child together.
A week after the couple went public with their marriage, a pregnancy report with Zanilia’s name emerged online, with an insider claiming that she is due to pop in March.
With the buzz around Zanilia and Shaofeng’s wedding still going strong, the actress’s past comments about not wanting to live with her parents-in-law resurfaced. Her response, “I’m not very willing to (live with them),” caused much surprise among netizens, but her wise explanation had them praising her for her thoughtfulness.
“My working hours and rest days are not fixed and can vary from day to day. I’m worried that they will not be able to eat well and rest well (with me going in and out of the house at odd timings). I’m worried that I’ll cause more hardship for them,” she confessed.
This explanation had many praising her for her high EQ, with others chiming in that it’s no wonder Shaofeng wanted to marry her as soon as possible.
In related news, Zanilia’s post on Weibo last week also gained attention from netizens. She wrote, “The recent rumours, exposés by warm-hearted netizens, coincidental meetings (and taking of photos without permission), editing of photos and storytelling based on these photos have been turned into news articles and spread around. Even a rebuttal could become fodder for a new rumour. I don’t know if I should be happy or if I should just go with the flow. When you’re talking about others, you do it freely but you have to be prudent as well (…) Don’t end up with a stomachache.”
Some wondered if this was in response to the ultrasound that was making the rounds online, and while her fans supported her for calling out rumour-mongers, others pointed out that she should be more specific in her passive-aggressive comments and release a statement to shoot down the untruths instead.
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