- Chynna Ortaleza took to Instagram and shared a cute moment of her family
- Kean was holding a guitar and their two children were just right there ready for some fun
- The father then prompted their eldest daughter to sing, which the latter readily obliged
- The whole Cipriano family surely knows how to be happy without the need for any luxurious things
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Chynna Ortaleza shared a video clip of Kean and their children on Instagram.
It was a sweet bonding moment for the whole family.
The actress said that they have a "concert in the kama" as Kean tried playing some tunes, which their eldest then sang with.
She was very "bibo" and was super hyper.
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She was singing her heart out and obviously, she has a nice voice.
After all, her father is the Kean Cipriano while Chynna is also into music.
The Cipriano family showed everyone how they could smile and laugh without the need for any luxurious stuff.
Chynna Ortaleza is a Filipina actress. She is the wife of Callalily frontman Kean Cipriano. They have two children. The couple has already started living in the province and it seems that their children are also enjoying living in tranquil places.
Chynna Ortaleza took to Instagram and shared a short video clip, which showed the actress opening up about wanton criticisms thrown at her. She revealed that she was criticized always, and it was her appearance and her physique that was often the subject. The actress used to hear people say or question why she is in showbiz when she is not pretty enough, or that she is "flat." This caused her to question her appearance and to even have super low self-esteem.
Chynna Ortaleza and Kean Cipriano have purchased a property in the province where they are currently staying. She took to Instagram and expressed how she is trying to adjust to life in the province. She said that on the first night that they stayed there the one thing that she learned is the value of patience. Not everything is instant, one must learn how to make "igib" and wait.