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Marjorie Barretto’s Baby Erich rushed to the hospital

By: - Entertainment Correspondent
/ 10:51 AM September 06, 2018

 

 

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Baby Erich. Image:Instagram/@marjbarretto

Actress Marjorie Barretto’s youngest daughter Erich was rushed to the hospital due to high fever. She even cutely assured her siblings that she is okay and that they do not have anything to worry about.

In Marjorie’s Instagram post, she uploaded photos and a video of her baby girl in her hospital bed while being taken care of by her family and friends.

She wrote: “Our baby gave us quite a scare last night when we had to rush her to the hospital because of high fever.Here she is assuring her worried siblings that she’s going to be okay. She had a great day today, and her spirits up after her special friends came to visit her Thank you Julia and Nadia, Tito Nico, Tita Andrea,Dani and Xavi with toys, Tita Connie, Moira and Jason.”

Image:Instagram/@marjbarretto

Image:Instagram/@marjbarretto

Image:Instagram/@marjbarretto

It was only early this year when Marjorie introduced her youngest daughter to the public. While some of her followers were surprised, many of them also expressed support and happiness for the Barretto family for revealing Baby Erich to the world.  /muf

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