LOOK: Nora Aunor, Christopher de Leon’s kids hold Sunday reunion
For Lotlot de Leon, there’s no place like home, especially when you have a family to return to.
The children of showbiz veterans Nora Aunor and Christopher de Leon decided to hold a reunion on Sunday, Aug. 5, as seen in photos uploaded by their daughter on Instagram.
“Families are the compass that guides us. They are the inspiration to reach great heights, and our comfort when we occasionally falter,” Lotlot shared this quote by American politician Brad Henry.
In one photo, Lotlot and her siblings Matet, Ian, Kenneth and Kiko shared one big hug for the camera.
Lotlot also invited her Lebanese fiancé, businessman Fadi El Soury. The two appear to be very much in love after getting engaged last July.
Not only were Ate Guy and Boyet’s kids there, but also their grandkids. In other photos, Lotlot’s daughter Janine and Diego mingled with their relatives. Also seen in the photo is Janine’s rumored boyfriend, Rayver Cruz.
A day before the reunion, Lotlot had another thing to be proud of: her son’s graduation. The actress shared that Diego attained his bachelor’s degree in Integrated Marketing Communications from the University of Asia and the Pacific in Pasig City.
The elated mom wrote about her son’s achievement: “Seeing you there today accept your diploma just makes me so proud and honored to be called your mom.”
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Diego also posted a family photo after the ceremony, which showed his mom reunited with ex-husband Ramon Christopher Gutierrez. Also in the photo are his sisters Janine, Maxine and Jessica.
Actors Aunor and De Leon were married in 1975, then had their biological son Ian that same year. They adopted Matet, Lotlot, Kiko and Kenneth. Their union did not last, with De Leon eventually marrying Sandy Andolong. /ra
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