- Robin Padilla continues to plead with the U.S. Embassy for his Tourist Visa just in time for Mariel’s delivery
- The actor shared his letter of appeal on Instagram together with a video of his conversation with his wife
- While Mariel Padilla is an American citizen, Robin is finding it hard to get his own Visa
There’s nothing like the love of a man for his wife who’s about to give birth to their first child.
Robin Padilla truly did everything he can to make sure that he will be by Mariel’s side when she delivered their daughter. However, the actor still hasn’t received any good news from the U.S. Embassy in the Philippines.
The action star even got the support from ABS-CBN’s executives who vouched that he will return to the country to fulfill his contract. Unlike Mariel who’s an American citizen, it became harder for him to even get a Tourist Visa.
Now, Robin continues to plead and even posted a part of his letter of appeal to the embassy once again. According to him, he doesn’t want to pressure their office if not for the fact that his wife is giving birth soon.
He even posted an entertaining conversation he recorded between him and Mariel along with his letter of appeal. The 58-second video shared how Mariel finds comfort in talking with her husband about her daily activities.
She also talked about her effort to sleep more just in time for her baby’s arrival. While Robin even joked about Mariel’s attempt in walking around as her way of exercising, he still encouraged her like any supportive husband.
After several miscarriages, Robin’s worry for his wife is understandable. The couple who got married in 2010 tried conceiving their firstborn but with no success.
The 46-year old actor hasn’t been anything but a good citizen and a diligent taxpayer lately. This is why we’re hopeful that he will be getting that Visa soon enough.
Just like Robin's dedication, this moment between a dying father and his newborn son will touch you.
The couple got married several times both in Baguio City and as far as the Taj Mahal in India.