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Actress Pan Lingling misses her son after his NS enlistment

Actress Pan Lingling misses her son after his NS enlistment

SINGAPORE -Swimmer Joseph Education was not the one one who went “botak” (bald) earlier than enlisting for nationwide service not too long ago.

On Thursday (Jan 6), native actress Pan Lingling additionally posted on social media two movies and a photograph of her youthful son Kynaston getting his hair shaved by his father Huang Shinan.

The previous actor appeared fairly adept at his activity, even asking his son, who appeared fairly emotional, which aspect of his head he needed shaved first.

To respect his privateness, Kynaston’s face was seen solely partially within the movies. The couple even have an elder son Beckham, who was enlisted in 2019.

Pan, 51, wrote: “In the present day, my little big joined the military! Because of the epidemic, we could not go to Tekong Island to ship him off for his enlistment.”

The actress thought she might take her son solely to the door of the camp and needed to drive away instantly.

“Nonetheless, the army division organized for us to take an image with our son at one other entrance earlier than we stated goodbye. One final tight hug with numerous sentimental emotions! My youngest son has grown up!”

Pan, who not too long ago acted within the Channel 8 drama The Peculiar Pawnbroker, thought she can be fairly composed about her son becoming a member of the military.

“However now, I need to share it with everybody, I all of a sudden miss him a lot,” she wrote, utilizing an emoji of a face with tears.

Pan additionally shared two images of her and Huang with Kynaston who was carrying a cap and a face masks.

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