- Michelle and Ehra Madrigal's father passed away on March 5, Monday
- Their father was hospitalized due to kidney and liver complications early February
- Netizens expressed their condolences for the Madrigal sisters
The father of the Madrigal sisters, Michelle and Ehra, passed away on March 5, Monday, which GMA reported.
Early February, their father was hospitalized due to liver and kidney complications.
Ehra posted a series of family photos on her Instagram account on Thursday, March 8.
She prays for strength to be able to overcome this difficult time.
"It’s been 3 days since you passed away, daddy. para lang akong lumulutang. seeing you lifeless in your hospital bed, choosing your casket and all feels like it was just in a bad dream. i hope you know how much i love you! if i can only keep you alive a little longer, i would... but i guess god took you away from us already so you won’t have to suffer anymore, mahal na mahal kita, daddy!!! iniisip ko pa lang na hindi na kita makaka-usap at mayayakap, ang hirap hirap na. i don’t know how i’ll get through this but i’ll continue praying for more strength," Ehra wrote.
They will be transferring his remains in Bulacan and tonight will be his last night in Manila.
"It’ll be your last night later in manila before we transfer you to bulacan so we’ll celebrate you!!! ‘till we dance together in heaven again! i love you with all my heart!!! paki-kamusta na lang din po kami sa ama at ina!," she added.
Michelle also shared a photo on her Instagram account via IG story, wherein she wrote, "Mahal na mahal kita, daddy!"
On February 18, Michelle shared on Instagram a photo of her father and asked for prayers for his fast recovery.
She came all the way from the US to visit her father who was hospitalized at that time.
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