- Valerie Concepcion took to Instagram to greet her daughter Heather Fiona for her 15th Birthday
- She also shared a picture of them together along with her touching birthday message
- Netizens noticed that Valerie's daughter looked taller than her already
- They also mentioned that they looked like sisters
Valerie Concepcion penned a touching birthday message for her daughter Heather Fiona who recently turned 15 years old.
The Kapuso actress shared a picture of them together and they looked like sisters especially with Valerie's youthful looks and Heather's towering height.
Valerie also mentioned that Heather may be taller than her already but she will always treat her daughter as her baby.
And just like that, she's not so little anymore. ☺️ Celebrating my daughter's 15th year of existence today. Anak, you may be taller than me now but you are still and will always be my BABY girl. ❤️ I am so honored to be your momma. I LOVE YOU with all of my heart! Happiest Birthday, mija! xx #HeatherFiona #MyDearestDaughter #Happy15thBirthday 10.25.2019
Valerie Concepcion revealed her experience as a young mom at the age of 16. She had no choice but to think maturely for her baby.
As previously reported, Valerie Concepcion revealed about her struggles in bringing her daughter up as a singgle mom.
Valerie Concepcion was born on September 21, 1987 in Manila, Philippines. She is an actress, known for Mulawin: The Movie (2005), Manila Kingpin: The Asiong Salonga Story (2011) and Mulawin vs Ravena (2017).She is engaged to her boyfriend Francis Sunga.
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