Actresses who jumped on the nude pregnancy photo trend

22 January 2014 / 2 years 9 months ago


In April 2012, Hong Kong actress Chu, 42, often regarded as a sex goddess in the 90s for her roles in Category 3 classic film series Raped By An Angel, raised eyebrows by posting on her Sina Weibo microblog a photo of her and boyfriend, rocker Paul Wong, undressed and with their arms entwined.

They were devout Christians who were against pre-marital sex. Along with the photo, taken by renowned director Wing Shya, was Chu’s tender message: “My child, I’d like you to know that the world might collapse and I will (still) love you. You’re the greatest.”

According to a report on The New Paper, the couple of 13 years announced that Chu was pregnant with their first child. Shortly after that. They got married in October that year.


The 38-year-old Chongqing TV actress, famed for her roles in drama series Affair Of Half A Lifetime (2002) and The Legend of the Condor Heroes (2003), is widely credited as the first mainland Chinese star to take nude pregnant photos.

Her husband is Chinese actor Chen Jianbin.

In 2006, while Jiang was six months pregnant with her son, she took a series of nude pictures for Trendy Health magazine as part of China’s Pink Ribbon campaign to raise breast cancer awareness.


More commonly known as Cara G, the Australian-born, Hong Kong-based Eurasian model-TV presenter with mixed heritage — she has Aussie, Singaporean, Irish, Swiss and Thai blood — was eight months pregnant when she posed in the buff at Maldives last month.

The photos were taken by her husband during the couple's honeymoon there.

We are pretty sure that the 29-year-old, who has strutted down the runway for the likes of Dior, must be counting down to the day she pops. 

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