Jay Chou’s daughter shows her support for him

The toddler enjoyed his music very much

Hathaway shows her support for Jay
Hathaway shows her support for Jay
03 Oct 2017

Hathaway shows her support for Jay

Taiwanese singer Jay Chou ended his ‘The Invincible 2’ world tour in Taiwan on Monday night (Oct 1) which was held for four consecutive nights at the Taipei Arena, beginning on Sep 30. His wife, actress Hannah Quinlivan was present for all the concerts but unfortunately, his two children reportedly could not be there as they were too young.

However, it seemed that an exception was made as 2-year-old Hathaway tagged along with Hannah for the last day of the concert.

Hannah posted two videos of little Hathaway showing her support to her father. The first was a video on Facebook of Hathaway dancing in a room captioned ‘Great concert’ and ‘Daddy’s little fan.’

In the video, the 2-year-old could be seen jumping to Jay’s ‘Sunshine Nerd’ while waving her light stick and dancing along enthusiastically to the song.

The second video was uploaded on Hannah’s Instagram which showed Hathaway being present at the concert itself and bopping along to the performance while also waving her star-shaped concert light stick. Little Hathaway was seen dancing passionately throughout her dad’s concert, showing how genuinely immersed in the songs she was.

Hannah only filmed her back view so as to protect her child’s privacy.

Jay and Hannah have another child, son Romeo who was born this June. The actress had recently been plagued with pregnancy rumours but these have not been acknowledged.

Photos: PBE Media

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Jay Chou kicks off Taiwan world tour
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Jay's 2-year-old daughter Hathaway
Jay's 2-year-old daughter Hathaway
03 Oct 2017

Jay's 2-year-old daughter Hathaway

Hathaway
Hathaway
03 Oct 2017

Hathaway

Jay and a fan
Jay and a fan
03 Oct 2017

Jay and a fan

Hannah and Hathaway
Hannah and Hathaway
03 Oct 2017

Hannah and Hathaway

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