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LOOK: Kylie Padilla feels lucky to have her Ate Queenie

By: - Content Strategist
/ 03:39 PM December 24, 2017

Image: Instagram/@kylienicolepadilla

The holiday season is inspiring celebrities to reminisce about family. For actress Kylie Padilla, she offered an appreciative nod to her sister Queenie via Instagram, as she posted a photo of them, showing their much younger selves sitting next to each other.

Image: Instagram/@kylienicolepadilla

Kylie wrote, “And i remember how dependent i was on my ate Queenie. Sarap ng may kapatid.”

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(And I remember how dependent I was on my big sister Queenie. It’s good to have siblings.)

Last week, she also shared a photo of herself and her mom Liezl, Robin Padilla’s ex-wife.

Image: Instagram/@kylienicolepadilla

Kylie recently gave birth to a baby boy with actor and boyfriend Aljur Abrenica. Their son, named Alas Joaquin Abrenica, also just recently met his grandfather Robin, during the first birthday celebration of Robin’s daughter Maria Isabella, with wife Mariel Rodriguez. JB

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