In this paper, we present a cross-lingual voice cloning approach. BN features obtained by SI-ASR model are used as a bridge across speakers and language boundaries. The relationships between text and BN features are modeled by the latent prosody model. The acoustic model learns the translation from BN features to acoustic features. The acoustic model is fine-tuned with a few samples of the target speaker to realize voice cloning. This system can generate speech of arbitrary utterance of target language in cross-lingual speakers' voice. We verify that with small amount of audio data, our proposed approach can well handle cross-lingual tasks. And in intra-lingual tasks, our proposed approach also performs better than baseline approach in naturalness and similarity.