- Amalia Fuentes suffered a stroke in 2015
- She turned 77 on August 27
- IC Mendoza visited Amalia and shared an update on her condition
IC Mendoza took to social media to give an update on the condition of veteran actress Amalia Fuentes, who suffered a stroke in 2015 while on a vacation in South Korea.
KAMI learned about the update from IC’s Instagram page via Abante.
The update came with a photo, showing Amalia lying on her bed while listening to IC, son of her close friend Dolly Anne Carvajal.
According to IC, Amalia was listening to some showbiz news that he was giving to her.
“Sharing the latest showbiz chika to tita Amalia Fuentes. She always makes pa kwento what's the ganap even before, and I always keep her updated,” IC wrote.
He also greeted Amalia a happy birthday and praised her inspiring traits. She turned 77 on August 27.
“Happy birthday tita Nena! I will always be fan of your strength, sass and beauty. Praying for your speedy recovery,” IC posted.
Netizens got emotional after seeing the photo and the update from IC.
“I hope she gets much better. And may her grandkids spend some precious time with her. She's still their grandmother after all.”
“Get well soon Ms Amalia. Hope your grandkids will see the best in you after all the rollercoaster ride”
“Her 2 husbands passed away- Romeo Vasquez n Joey Stevens n her only child Leizl died of cancer more than 2 yrs ago, hope one of her 3 apos from Leizl takes care of her.”
“God bless you Ms Amalia and hope you will receive the healing power of our Lord Jesus Christ, amen!”
In an interview with PEP.ph in June, Niño Muhlach also gave an update on Amalia’s recovery process.
“Mabuti na po siya. Nakakapagdasal na po siya, Dati po kasi hindi talaga siya makapagsalita, nakakabanggit na siya ng pangalan ng mga kakilala niya.
“Siyempre yung kanang kamay niya, nagagalaw na niya. Malaki na po ang improvement. Nasasabi na po niya ang Our Father hanggang Hail Mary, Glory Be… nasasabi na niya nang dire-diretso. Pati po pangalan ng mga tao, nababanggit na niya,” Niño revealed.
KAMI wants to remind you never to forget to spend quality time with your loved ones, especially those who are sick.