- Frankie Pangilinan took to the comment section of her mother's post and revealed that she was crying
- The reason was that she misses her family so much
- She commented this on the photos that her mom, Sharon Cuneta, shared on IG
- Kakie is now in the U.S. and seeing her family together must have been a bit hard for her
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Frankie Pangilinan took to the comment section of the IG post of Sharon Cuneta where the latter posted family photos.
The pics were taken when Sen. Kiko Pangilinan, along with their children, Mariel and Miguel, visited her at the lock-in taping for "Ang Probinsyano."
Sharon had a visit from the senator and two of their children, and it made her really happy, but also expressed her longing for the presence of family especially when they were already about to leave.
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Their daughter Frankie, who is in the U.S. at the moment, commented four times in bold letters.
"I MISS MY FAMILY."
"I LOVE YOU SO MUCH."
Based on their photos, one could just see how close the family of the Megastar and the senator really are.
Sharon Cuneta, commonly known as the 'Megastar' in the local showbiz industry, is a prominent and veteran celebrity in the Philippines. She already expressed her intent to retire from showbiz.
Sharon Cuneta was one of the people who watched Mariel Padilla's viral live video. The latter sold some of her pre-loved designer items anew and many people enjoyed the way she promoted them. The Megastar also expressed how happy she was while watching Mariel. She also left a few adorable remarks in the comments section of Mariel's live video.
Sharon Cuneta took to Instagram and was very proud of the selfless act that Sen. Kiko Pangilinan did. She said that she is proud to have married the senator, "This is the man I am proud to have married @kiko.pangilinan." The senator humbly bowed his head and chose not to attend the Eastern Samar rally because of info from HQ that the local officials would not be endorsing him. Sen. Kiko, who is running for vice president, in his statement said that in some areas, "For Leni to increase, I must decrease."