Kris Aquino salutes Phillip Salvador, James Yap for her ‘source of unconditional love’

0
143


Kris Aquino via Instagram

She maybe regularly bashed for her tumultuous love life, but TV host-actress Kris Aquino was recently praised by netizens for giving credit to the men she once loved, the fathers of her sons.

Through a recent Instagram post in honor of Father’s Day, Aquino greeted the dads of her sons: veteran actor and former boyfriend Phillip Salvador, and basketball player and former husband James Yap. She posted a photo of sons Joshua and Bimby, and mentioned their fathers in her caption.

“These 2 are my inspiration, fulfillment, and my source of devoted appreciation & unconditional love… to Phillip & James, from Josh & Bimb- Happy Father’s Day. God bless you always.” she said.

Her gesture earned her praises from her fans and followers.

Netizen’s comment on Kris Aquino’s Instagram post

Netizen’s comment on Kris Aquino’s Instagram post

Netizen’s comment on Kris Aquino’s Instagram post

The “Queen of All Media” is known not only for her privileged roots, acting and hosting achievements, and lavish lifestyle. More than anything, she has earned a reputation for being constantly involved in complicated and controversial romantic relationships.

Since her showbiz debut in the 1980s, she has been linked to numerous men, a long list that includes former basketball superstar Alvin Patrimonio; actors Gabby Concepcion, Robin Padilla, Joey Marquez and Vic Sotto; among others. But it was her relationships with Salvador and Yap that blessed her with sons Joshua and Bimby.

Despite not ending up happily-ever-after with the fathers of her kids, the 46-year-old mother of two managed to maintain her friendship with Salvador and Yap. And although she is single, Aquino is busy filming her upcoming Hollywood movie, as well as handling numerous projects. JB

RELATED STORIES: 

Kris Aquino tells fan ABS-CBN no longer wants her, hints joining GMA

Kris Aquino officially inks Hollywood contract

Subscribe to INQUIRER PLUS to get access to The Philippine Daily Inquirer & other 70+ titles, share up to 5 gadgets, listen to the news, download as early as 4am & share articles on social media. Call 896 6000.

For feedback, complaints, or inquiries, contact us.



All Credit Goes There : Source link

Comments

comments