- Aika Robredo took to Instagram and shared how her mother went out of the holding area earlier than necessary
- She said that her mother wanted to watch Jillian's number together with their intro
- So VP Leni sat on the steps at the back end of the stage so that she can watch undisturbed
- Aika said that in the midst of the noise and the chaos, nothing can stop VP Leni from being a mother
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Aika Robredo shared on Instagram one of the heartwarming moments that happened during the miting de avance of VP Leni.
As per Aika's post, VP was not supposed to come out of the holding area yet, however, she did.
The only reason was that she wanted to watch Jillian's number as well as hear the introduction of her daughters.
So she went out earlier and sat on the steps at the back end of the stage.
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Aika said that in the midst of all the noise, nothing can stop VP Leni from being a mother.
"Probably my favorite photo from last night — Mama wanted to watch Jillian’s number (and our intro) so she came out of the holding tent a lot earlier than scheduled. She sat on the steps, literally at the back end of the stage, so she can watch undisturbed.
Sa gitna ng gulo at ingay, wala talagang makakapagpigil sa kaniyang pagiging nanay. Happy Mother’s Day, Mama @lenirobredo!! Love you!! At happy Mother’s Day din sa lahat ng nanay at nanay-nanayan."
VP Leni Robredo is the incumbent vice president of the Philippines. She is a human rights lawyer. Her husband was the late DILG Secretary Jesse Robredo. They have three daughters, namely, Aika, Patricia, and Jillian.
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