Rare glimpse of Jet Li's beautiful daughters will make you go wow

Lam Min Lee
Dec 26, 2018

They've blossomed into beautiful young ladies.

On Christmas Day, Jet Li offered fans a rare glimpse at his two daughters in a festive greeting on Instagram.

Dressed in black jumpsuits, Jane (left), 18, and Jada, 15, towered over their dad in their platform shoes.



Wishing you a Merry Christmas from my family to yours #christmas2018 #thankful

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Known to be protective of his family, the martial arts star seldom shares photos of his children with former actress Nina Li Chi, whom he married in 1999.

But that doesn't mean this dad isn't proud of his daughters' achievements.

Last July, he posted on Instagram a photo of Jane when she was a guest speaker at a global conference on women and entrepreneurship in Hangzhou, China.

Li also wrote that Jada gave him a wonderful Father's Day present last year involving her charity work with hearing-impaired children.



As you all know, my daughter Jada has dedicated herself in charity work with hard of hearing and deaf children. Once again she surprised me with a Happy Father’s Day message this year. The message captures the past two years since she starts getting involved in this cause. It reads: In 2015, I met you all for the first time. Our communication through sign language made me smiled from the bottom of my heart. In 2016, with me by your side, we heard the cheers from our fathers together for the first time on this important day. In 2017, I have a wish that we will say it out loud “Father, I Love You, Always and Forever”. Together with me, our fathers, and all the hearing impaired children out there. Jada, this is a wonderful Father’s Day gift. I am so proud of you. . . . #happyfathersday #fatherday2017 #Fathersdaygift #charity #jetli #FatherDaughter #charity #laughter #family #love #bestoftheday #Dad #Father #Celebration #FatherDaughterTime

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With the latest photo of the girls, some have speculated that he's paving the way to stardom for his children, but that remains to be seen.

In October, Li revealed in an interview that he only took on a role in the live-action remake of Disney classic Mulan upon the request of his daughters.

Jada asked him, "When a company like Disney wants to make a movie about Chinese culture, why don't you take part in it?"

After a successful acting career, Li has turned his attention to promoting martial arts and his charity One Foundation in recent years.