- Andi Manzano finally gave birth to her second daughter with GP Reyes
- Her painful experience inside the delivery room was shared by her husband
- One of which was the fact that Andi had to endure the pain of labor for 10 hours
Celebrity mom Andi Manzano did not have an easy time giving birth to her second baby with husband GP Reyes.
KAMI learned that the former discjockey welcomed another blessing as she gave birth to baby Corazon Amelia in Makati Medical Center yesterday, January 19.
Her husband immediately expressed through social media the difficult process that Andi had to go through before finally seeing their newborn.
According to GP, his wife needed to endure the pain of labor for almost 10 hours and the process of giving birth itself also lasted for hours.
“It wasn’t the easiest. Or the quickest. My incredible, amazing wife pushed hard for hours. She is my hero.
“And finally after a pretty tough, grueling, exhausting time in labor from inducing at 3pm to dilating to delivery.....at about 1:09 am on 1/19/19 (first day palang making a statement na!) .... our new princess was born.
“World.... meet Corazon Amelia Manzano Reyes. I’d like to express my deepest gratitude to the awesome people here at MMC.
“Of course my wife, My warrior, my hero! You only made me fall deeper in love with youI love you so so much! Thank you for bringing me another angel. Yes it is possible to be in love with three women at once.
“Special thanks to all of you who prayed for us. The heavens heard you! We are forever grateful. Thank you!” GP wrote in his long Instagram post.
In a previous article by KAMI, Andi revealed the unusual way for first born Olivia to have new toys and big parties.
Born on March 29, 1987, Andi Manzano is a television host and radio personality who is related to actors Edu Manzano and Luis Manzano. She married GP on November 12, 2013 at St. Joseph the Worker Parish in Baguio City.
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