-Celebrity moms who prove that they can work things out with their celebrity kids in showbiz happily show their support
-Celebrities who are supported by their moms are thankful
-Mom and kid tandem continue to grow in showbiz
It is but a natural tendency for kids who have celebrity parents to follow in their parents' footsteps. Entering the showbiz industry is somehow already rooted in their fate. For one, the exposure to limelight is already given. For another, the skills, talent and looks which they genetically inherit from their parents make them bankable.
Some celebrity parents ,especially moms prefer to take a back seat to let their kids do their own thing. They take comfort in knowing that their kids will allow them to carry on fame and success for them.
While other celebrity moms still prefer to be in the front row seats. They continue to guide their kids, carrying first hand knowledge on how to survive the industry they once thrived in, or is still thriving in. Karla Estrada and Daniel Padilla have certainly made it big time in showbiz together and separately.
Zsa Zsa Padilla and daughter Karylle Tatlonghari is also a good example for this. With a singing prowess just like her mother's, she was compelled to follow her path. Zsa Zsa has always showed her daughter unwavering support for her decision. They have also made names for themselves on their own.
Other names of celebrity moms and kids who are successful in their careers are as follows: 1. Pia Magalona and Elmo Magalona 2. Sylvia Sanchez and Arjo Atayde 3. Anabelle Rama and Ruffa and Richard Gutierrez 4. Sunshine Cruz and Angelina Cruz 5. Maricel Laxa and Donny Pangilinan 5. Sharon Cuneta and KC Concepcion 6. Vilma Santos and Luis Manzano 7. Karla Estrada and Daniel Padilla 8. Marjorie and Julia Baretto 9. Teresa and Diego Loyzaga 10. Jaclyn 11. Jose and Andi Eigenmann 12. Lotlot de Leon and Janine Gutierrez 13.Helen Gamboa and Ciara Sotto and 14. Jessa Zaragosa and Jayda Avanzado.
"It's hard to be a mother and it's hard to be a father. Can you just imagine how difficult is it for one person to play the role of two?" To All Single Moms Out There (Parenting Documentary) – on KAMI YouTube channel!