- Maggie Wilson received support from many of her friends, as well as netizens
- This was after she posted a video of her son Connor on IG saying that she has been blocked
- The video showed the sweet moments that she had with her son
- She received overwhelming support from celeb friends like Ellen Adarna, Neri Miranda, and Maricar de Mesa
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Maggie Wilson received overwhelming support from her celeb friends after she posted a video of her son Connor, with an appeal.
The mom was trying to reach out to her son since she said she was blocked.
In the caption, she said that it took several days for her to put the video together because it was not easy as she needed to stop and collect herself, just to stop herself from crying.
Maggie also requested for anyone who would be able to see Connor, to show him the video she made.
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In the comments, many of her celeb friends reacted and expressed their support for her.
Ellen Adarna became teary-eyed.
"Awww mags hugs ❤️❤️❤️," Ellen commented.
"Hugs!" Neri Miranda wrote.
"No child should be taken away from their mother," said Maricar de Mesa.
Maggie Wilson is a TV Actress, beauty queen, model, and entrepreneur. She was nominated as Miss Pilipinas-World and represented the country in the 57th Miss World Pageant. She also acted as Litgarda in the series Darna. She parted ways with her husband, real estate titan Victor B. Consunji.
She took to IG and made a cryptic post amid the photos posted by Rachel Carrasco. The beauty queen mentioned a "thank you" for the receipts. Earlier, Rachel, the rumored partner of Maggie's estranged husband, Victor Consunji, posted a photo together with Maggie's son. A baby could also be seen in the picture that she shared.
She also had a heartwarming post during the observance of Eid’l Fitr. In her post, Maggie shared what it was like growing up in Saudi Arabia. She said she was surrounded by different nationalities, religious beliefs and backgrounds while growing up. The former beauty queen likewise penned what the said kind of childhood taught her.
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