LOOK: Jinkee, Manny Pacquiao mix worship and fun in Los Angeles
Jinkee Pacquiao proved she can mix business and pleasure during her and husband Sen. Manny Pacquiao’s United Kingdom trip last November. This time around, in the United States, she and her family showed that they can have fun while attending to their Christian duties, such as going to a worship service in California.
Jinkee and her children, Emmanuel, Michael, Mary Divine, Queen Elizabeth and Israel, actually accompanied Manny who is back in the U.S. for the continuation of his training in Los Angeles. The boxer is set to face American Adrien Broner on Jan. 19 for the prestigious World Boxing Association welterweight title.
While their trip was made in preparation for her husband’s upcoming fight, Jinkee made sure she and her children will enjoy their stay in the West Coast. First and foremost on her to-do list is to visit a Christian Church in the area, as shared on her Instagram account on Monday, Dec. 24.
The Pacquiao family had the opportunity to meet senior pastor Dudley Rutherford.
Jinkee’s twin sister, Janet Jamora, also joined the U.S. trip. Clad in colorful sweaters and skirts, the two mirrored each other’s stylishness once more. “Twins. Sisters. Make the bestest of friends,” Jinkee wrote.
One thing Pacquiao’s wife made sure she got her hands immediately was the hamburgers from In-N-Out Burger, a fast food chain founded in California.
While Jinkee has not posted a Christmas portrait of their family from the day itself, her photo upload of blue roses and what looks like a dining room can make fans think of a luxurious yet intimate celebration their family may have shared.
Today, the family geared up for a visit to Disneyland. The ever-fashionable Jinkee wore a tricolor sweater, white pants and pastel-colored rubber shoes, perfect for a day at the amusement park. To level up her chic look, she accessorized with a pair of sunglasses and a mint green sling bag.
Her children followed suit, opting for comfortable ensembles.
Happy holidays, Jinkee and family! JB
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