Jillian Robredo, nagpasalamat sa lahat ng taong naging parte ng journey niya

Jillian Robredo, nagpasalamat sa lahat ng taong naging parte ng journey niya

- Jillian Robredo took to Instagram and thanked all those who have been with her throughout her journey

- She described the people who supported her as "a village"

- The youngest daughter of the Vice President said that she is immensely grateful for everyone who made the four years possible

- Tagging New York University, she signified that she had the time of her life

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Jillian Robredo, took to IG and thanked all those who supported her all throughout her journey.

Jillian Robredo, nagpasalamat sa lahat ng taong naging parte ng journey niya
Photo: Jillian Robredo (@jillrobredo)
Source: Instagram

In photos, she thanked so many people, her family, friends, classmates, and those who have been part of her journey.

"It takes a village — immensely grateful for the people who made the last 4 years possible," said Jill.

She also commended her school, New York University (NYU) for having the time of her life.

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"Had the time of my life. it’s been a dream, @nyuniversity."

Perhaps one of the highlights of the graduation is Taylor Swift. She was the guest speaker at the event and she delivered a very nice and truly relatable speech.

One of the most notable parts of her speech was, "Never be ashamed of trying – effortlessness is a myth."

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. Aika graduated from Harvard University, Patricia from Ateneo de Manila University and now Jillian, from New York University.

Aika Robredo took to Twitter and shared a post-graduation photo of her youngest sister, Jillian. The photo was taken from within the Yankee Stadium in Bronx, NY. The four of them proudly carried the Filipino tradition, as they wore the iconic Filipiniana-style blouses. VP Leni and Tricia also shared respective photos taken during the memorable ceremony.

VP Leni Robredo, Aika and Tricia, shared snapshots, and video clips of the situation at the Yankee Stadium. The Vice President also shared the program for NYU's 188th Commencement Exercises. Jill's graduation day is May 18 at the Yankee Stadium, Bronx, NY. Aika, Tricia and their mother, were the official cheerers of Jillian.

Source: KAMI.com.gh

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