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Timothy Fok doesn't mind Guo Jingjing moving out


08:42, July 17, 2013

A file photo of Kenneth Fok and Guo Jingjing's wedding ceremony. (file photo)

BEIJING, July 16 (Xinhuanet) -- Timothy Fok, the eldest son of Henry Fok and a Member of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong, said that he would not mind his son Kenneth Fok and daughter-in-law Guo Jingjing moving out of their house and living independently in the future.

Asked about Guo's pregnancy, Timothy said he did mind the gender of child in terms of whether it was a boy or a girl. He admitted that he himself was also nervous as it was his first time to be a grandfather. He would buy some ancient books to learn how to give the child a good name.

He added that Kenneth and Guo were currently enjoying their holidays in Thailand. The couple got married in November last year and their child is reported to be born at the end of September.

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