Remember when a netizen complained about how every headline involving Pace Wu revolved around her giving birth or getting pregnant? [Ed: To be fair, those headlines are better than the ones about her and her boyfriend being in financial trouble.] After all, the former actress gave birth to four children — five-year-old Hilary, four-year-old Hans, two-year-old Hudson and six-month-old Hailey — in the span of five years.
That very same netizen would probably to be happy to hear that Pace, who has been dating billionaire businessman Ji Xiaobo for five years, has no intention of making headlines for that reason again. The star declared on IG on July 6 that she’s done with having kids. “[My friend] Jeremy asked me what I would turn into if I had another son (…) I’m not going to have any more [children],” she wrote. Her post was accompanied by a photo of her with Hilary and Hans rock-climbing with friends.
The 41-year-old previously said she wanted a big family with five children. Although she’s just one kid shy of her goal, Pace reportedly doesn’t think she can cope with having one more child.
Pace also geotagged British international school Wycombe Abbey School Hong Kong in her post, which led Apple Daily to ask if that's where her children are enrolled in. While Pace said that “[her] kids aren’t studying there”, she seemed to know a lot about the school as she was able to share with a netizen about the school's curriculum.
Wycombe Abbey School Hong Kong's fees reportedly cost HK$188K (S$34K) a year, with an additional HK$35K (S$6.3K) required for miscellaneous fees. If Pace were to enroll all four of her kids at the school, it would cost her a whopping S$161K a year.