WATCH: Sharon Cuneta, daughters serenade Kiko Pangilinan in birthday party
Senator Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan marked his 55th birthday with family in a dinner party last Friday, Aug. 24.
His wife Sharon Cuneta and children KC Concepcion and Frankie, Miel and Miguel Pangilinan were complete for his birthday bash.
Cuneta, daughters Frankie and Miel, and brothers John Raymund and Joseph serenaded the senator during the celebration.
Frankie and Miel sang “Little Things” by One Direction, with Frankie playing the guitar to accompany their vocals.
Frankie, an aspiring singer, also performed Amy Winehouse’s “You Know I’m No Good” and her own original piece “Starlight”.
The legislator’s brothers took to the stage to sing “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feeling” by the Righteous Brothers.
Cuneta chose to perform “Hey Look at the Sun” by Sergio Mendes and “Lost Stars” by Adam Levine.
Not to be outdone, the man of the hour sang “All My Life” by America which was popularized by Martin Nievera.
And he and his brothers banded together, the foursome singing “Puno ng Saging”, a constant in their family reunions.
It seems Concepcion wasn’t one of the night’s performers, though she did give a touching tribute to her dad via Instagram.
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Happy birthday, dad, I hope you like the book on health & longevity because with the knowledge, science & FARM that we have today we have no excuse but to go, grow & GLOW!!! 🤣🤣🤣 Ok but on a more serious note ILY @kiko.pangilinan & thank you for choosing to have me in your life 24 years ago…♥️ . 📸 @frankiepangilinan
Concepcion gave him a book to help him live a long life and thanked him “for choosing to have me in your life 24 years ago.”
As a gift, the Megastar worked on a labor of love for her husband, creating her tasty meatloaf which she said in an Instagram post yesterday, Aug. 25, “seems to be a favorite of our family and friends.”
In his own Instagram, Pangilinan thanked his wife for her dish. “Thank you sweetheart, for the best birthday gift! It is terribly delicious…like you…hahaha!”
And just like any child, Concepcion had something to say about her parents’ show of affection: “Gross.” JB
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