- Danica Sotto has recently turned 37 yesterday, May 9
- On her special day, the celebrity mom posted a series of photos from her 'ECQ birthday surprise'
- The said birthday celebration was prepared by her husband, Marc Pingris alongside their children
- Aside from this, Danica also thanked her family for making her birthday extra special
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Celebrity mom and vlogger Danica Sotto, Vic Sotto and Dina Bonnevie's daughter, recently celebrated her 37th birthday yesterday, May 9.
It can be worth noting that her stepmother, Pauleen Luna, took time to greet Danica on her social media account as well.
Following this news, KAMI learned that the celebrity mom uploaded a series of photos from her 'ECQ birthday surprise' and advance Mother's Day celebration from her children and husband, Marc Pingris.
In her online post, Danica wrote, "There’s always a reason to celebrate and thank the Lord for his goodness even in difficult times."
She also thanked her husband and children for preparing a birthday surprise for her amid the pandemic and lockdown.
"Thank you @jeanmarc15 , Mic, Caela and of course sa angels namin at home for this ECQ Bday surprise. Love you all!" she wrote.
Aside from this, Marc also posted a video of their surprise for Danica on his social media account.
In his caption, Marc jokingly greeted his wife a 'happy 18th birthday', "Happy 18th birthday. Happy mother's day my I love you! Sana nagustuhan mo handa namin."
Watch the video below:
As reported earlier by KAMI, Pauleen Luna took to Instagram to greet her stepdaughter Danica Sotto who just turned 37 on Saturday, May 9. The "Eat Bulaga" host posted a photo and a video clip of her and Danica together.
Danica Sotto is the daughter of Vic Sotto and Dina Bonnevie. She married Filipino professional basketball player Marc Pingris back in 2007. Her children are Anielle Micaela Pingris and Jean Michael Pingris.
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