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LOOK: Kris Aquino, Bimby meet James Yap’s newborn baby

/ 04:19 PM October 23, 2016

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Actress-TV host Kris Aquino and her son Bimby finally met the newborn baby of her former husband James Yap and his Italian girlfriend Michela Cazzola.

Aquino took to Instagram to share photos of their first meeting, thanking Yap and Cazzola for welcoming them into their home.

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“There’s no perfect formula for mothering except to do it with LOVE. I am grateful that today we gave our sons the opportunity to meet & hopefully have genuine bonding as brothers… Because in the end, the good men we are able to raise will be products of our guidance & unconditional love as mothers,” Aquino wrote in the caption.

“I reached out to James & asked if it would be okay for Bimb to meet his baby brother. I prayed a lot for this day to arrive when we’d all be ready, because I just want what is best for my bunso. Thank you James & Mic for graciously welcoming us into your home. Mic went out of her way to prepare carbonara for Bimb & to bake an Italian chocolate pie for our merienda,” she added.

Aquino earlier said she was personally hurt that Yap did not inform Bimby about his Eurasian half-brother, saying their son only found out about the new family in a Facebook post.

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