LOOK: Jaclyn Jose praises birthday girl Andi Eigenmann for letting Ellie be with Jake Ejercito instead
International award-winning actress Jaclyn Jose is a loving mother to Andi and grandmother to Ellie. Which is why it came off as no surprise when Jose posted an Instagram photo last Saturday, June 23, through which she greeted her daughter an advanced happy birthday.
What struck Jose’s fans more was her revelation of how proud she is that Andi allowed Ellie to stay with her father, Jake Ejercito, for his graduation, despite it being Andi’s birthday.
“[First] time that you [celebrated] your bday with out Ellie, i ask you why? You said minsan lang mag graduate si Jake i can always have her more of my Birthday,” said Jose. (First time that you celebrated your birthday without Ellie, I ask you why. You said it’s only now that Jake will graduate, while I can always have Ellie in my other birthdays.)
The actress continued: “i agree to that ok lang kasi mas lalo mo ako pinapahanga sa pag mamahal mo kay Ellie..so proud of you for having level headed.” (I agree to that because you make me admire you even more with your love for Ellie. So proud of you for being levelheaded.)
“[I]ngat lang anak sa dagat,” Jose reminded her daughter, who is known for her love for surfing. (Take care of your self while at sea.)
Eigenmann will be turning 28-years-old on Monday, June 25. She shared via Instagram Story on Saturday, June 23, a video of her in a car taking the North Luzon Expressway.
Meanwhile, Ejercito is currently in Singapore with Ellie and his family. Ejercito shared via Instagram Story photos of them having a blast.
He also shared a photo of him wearing his graduation gown. He will be graduating today, June 24, with a Master’s degree in Marketing from Northumbria University.
It certainly looks like both Ellie’s parents are having a fun-filled weekend. JB
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