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LOOK: Sharon shows vaults where she keeps her jewelry, tags KC in post

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LOOK: Sharon shows vaults where she keeps her jewelry, tags KC in post

By: - Entertainment Correspondent / @CAbanillaINQ
/ 08:13 PM September 15, 2017

Sharon Cuneta. INQUIRER file photo

After posting on Instagram her luxury bag collection, Megastar Sharon Cuneta this time has posted a photo of her vaults where she keeps her precious jewels and other valuable possessions.

In a recent Instagram post, the veteran actress shared with her followers her safes standing side by side, which contain her precious assets. She tagged her daughter actress-singer KC Concepcion in the post.

Cuneta wrote, “Now I will post my jewelry… hahahaha! Sorry! They’re in these hidden fire-proof safes along with important documents, love letters (ahem…), old photo negatives, photos, etc., etc.. There is also a 6-ft. tall safe I just ordered from the same company. And my Mommy gave me a 6 or 7-ft. tall safe also years ago. @itskcconcepcion.”

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Wondering why she was tagged, Concepcion asked her mom back, “Mom why are you tagging me?”

Sharon Cuneta’s Instagram post

The Megastar simply answered, “I just want! So if i die you know what else i have.”

Sharon Cuneta’s comment on her Instagram post

Cuneta’s gesture of showing her luxury bags drew mixed reactions. She later clarified that she did not post them to brag but, rather, to share her stuff with her fans.

Cuneta is set to do a reunion movie with Robin Padilla. /ra

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