Newlyweds Song Joong Ki and Pregnant Wife Katy Enjoy a Romantic Cannes City Date

Song Joong Ki had a sweet date with his wife, Katy Louise Saunders, in Cannes, France.

On May 25th (local time), Song Joong Ki and his wife Katy Louise Saunders went shopping and sightseeing in Cannes city, where the Cannes International Film Festival is held. 

It was a date just for just the two of them without any managers or acquaintances. Song Joong Ki took extra care of his pregnant wife, and they enjoyed a happy time together.


Earlier, Song Joong Ki revealed in an interview with Korean reporters, “Although I am at the Cannes Film Festival, I am focused on my wife and the baby.” He expressed special love for his wife and child.

Song Joong Ki told Newsen, “I will leave for Bali in two days (May 27th) for the filming of Hopeless.” His wife is currently staying in Rome, Italy, where her parents live, and she only flew to Cannes to support her husband.

Originally, Song Joong Ki had announced that his wife would also attend the official premiere, but she ended up not attending.

It was reported that she decided not to attend due to recommendations from those around her that certain violent scenes depicted in “Hopeless”. Her due date is in a month, so these scenes could have a negative impact on the fetus.

Meanwhile, after 15 years since his debut in the entertainment industry, Song Joong Ki was officially invited to the Cannes Film Festival with his new film “Hopeless.”


“Hopeless” received an official invitation in the “Un Certain Regard” section of the 76th Cannes International Film Festival.

On May 24th, “Hopeless” had its world premiere at 11 a.m. (local time) in Cannes city. 

In “Hopeless,” Song Joong Ki chose a supporting role instead of the lead. Regarding his decision to participate in the film, Song Joong Ki explained, “It’s very exciting to challenge uncertain things. It may sound arrogant, but because I have experienced a lot of success, I wanted to try something that I find interesting.”

Song Joong Ki also mentioned, “I did everything I wanted to do without feeling pressured by box office success.” He added, “Lead actors always carry the burden of box office performance. There are times when they get tired. From the audience’s perspective, ‘Hopeless’ may be a breathless film. But for me, doing this film made me breathe.”

Source: Nate

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