Vivian Hsu's baby catches a cold after they return to Taiwan from S'pore

Actress Vivian Hsu has returned to her hometown in Taiwan to spend Christmas and to show her new baby boy to friends and relatives, reported Asian Pop News via Apple Daily.

The 40-year-old star gave birth to her first baby, named Dalton, in August this year in Singapore.

According to the report, her visit back to Taiwan was supposed to be confidential, but she was still spotted by the media.

Hsu is reportedly not ready to get back into the media spotlight as she has yet to regain her figure.

Paparazzi spotted Hsu with her baby on the streets on Dec 21.

The actress, dressed in a black pantsuit and a black cap, was wearing a facemask and appeared worried as she carried her 4-month-old son into a clinic.

The paparazzi lay in wait for almost an hour but did not see Hsu walking out from the clinic.

She could have realised that she was being followed, and exited by the back door.

Hsu confirmed her return to Taiwan, saying: "I have not returned to my home in Taipei for a year. I don't feel like going anywhere. I just want to stay at home!"

She said her son had a cold, and so she brought him to a clinic.

"Maybe Singapore is warm, and these two days, Taiwan turned cold. This is the first time baby has got a cold."

Hsu's manager revealed that the new mum is likely to make a comeback in March next year, and she has been exercising to regain her figure.