In a delightful announcement, Tan Sri Michelle Yeoh, the esteemed actress, and her French husband, Jean Todt, kicked off the new year with the heartwarming revelation of their newfound roles as grandparents. Yeoh shared this joyous news through a series of captivating photos on her Instagram account on Tuesday, January 2.
The first image captured the Oscar winner alongside her husband, 77-year-old Jean Todt, in a hospital room setting, joined by Todt’s 46-year-old son Nicolas and his partner Darina. The family radiated happiness in a moment that marked the beginning of a significant chapter.
The second photo showcased Michelle Yeoh’s beaming smile as she cradled her grandchild, named Maxime, in her loving arms. The genuine happiness on Yeoh’s face resonated with the joy of embracing this new familial role.
Additionally, Yeoh treated her followers to a heartwarming snapshot of Jean Todt and Nicolas engaging with baby Maxime, creating an atmosphere of familial bliss.
The 61-year-old actress kept her caption simple, expressing her overwhelming emotions with, “Love love love.”
Social media users flooded the comments section with warm wishes and congratulations for Michelle Yeoh and Jean Todt on their new roles as grandparents, extending heartfelt greetings for the new year.
One netizen wrote, “So happy for your whole family. Congratulations, Michelle.” Another added, “Congratulations to both grandparents and parents on the new bundle of joy. What a way to bring in the new year.”
Yeoh’s announcement comes after a previous Instagram post that sparked confusion among fans when she shared a photo of a baby’s foot, leading some to believe she had become a parent. However, the actress later clarified in a separate post that the adorable baby in question is, indeed, her grandchild.
The Everything Everywhere All At Once star continues to captivate audiences not only with her on-screen brilliance but also by sharing personal milestones that bring warmth and joy to her legion of fans.