Prada, the luxury fashion house, dropped a famous Chinese actress at the center of a row over surrogacy. Zheng Shuang was allegedly abandoned for 2 kids to surrogates abroad after she had split up with her partner. Condemnation of the actress had been poured out online post breaking the news, with a lot of people who have been calling for her and are to be barred from the entertainment industry. She spoke out in her own defence. Surrogacy is illegal in China, and the Prada Group – and according to the local media, he had only unveiled the actress released a statement on its page as it’s face of China a week ago. She said that the site Weibo has been talking about the ‘significant recent media coverage’ of the personal life of Ms Zheng which had led them to terminate all the relations.
Zheng Shuang’s ex partner, Zhang Heng took it to Weibo earlier this week in order to address the speculations about his reasons for being abroad for an extended period of time. He has even revealed that he has been taking care of his children’s “two young and innocent lives” and he has also added that he has been stuck in the US, thereby calling his situation to be “helpless.”
His post did capture all the attention of the social media users in just some time, and it was not too long for the domestic media outlets to discover the birth certificates of the kids which showed that they were born in the US to two separate women in the late 2019 and early 2020. Ms Zheng had surprised some people and the actress was not seen pregnant visibly ever so far!