Sharon Cuneta touched by her children’s birthday gifts
MANILA, Philippines — Sharon Cuneta expressed gratitude to her children who gave her birthday gifts as she turned 53 on Sunday, Jan. 6.
The Megastar shared snapshots of presents from her children, Miel, Miguel, Frankie and KC, in a series of Instagram posts.
Miel painted the Megastar’s crush from K-pop boy group NCT Taeyong. She also wrote her mother a sweet letter.
“From my Miel who painted my crush from NCT, Taeyong,” Cuneta said in the caption. She added, “I LOVE most of all Miel’s letter. I feel blessed to have my children and am so proud of how they have grown up to be good human beings.”
Cuneta’s youngest child Miguel, on the other hand, gifted flowers and a simple birthday letter to her mother.
“From my sweet, sweet, obedient, handsome son, my good boy Miguel whom I believe truly was meant for me/us. I love you my son, my lovey-dovey Gugie! Thank you so much for the note and flowers!” Cuneta wrote.
Meanwhile, Frankie bought her mother’s favorite kind of notebooks. But what the veteran actress mostly treasured was the letter that came with it.
“I love my children. I’m not celebrating my birthday because I just don’t feel like it. But Kakie insisted on making us tacos for dinner tonight. That’s more than enough for me,” Cuneta wrote.
Megastar’s eldest daughter, KC, gave a label maker and her favorite liquid soaps from France.
“The labelmaker was on my wishlist even if I have two old ones na! Still, I screamed “You gave me a labelmaker!!!” when I opened KC’s!” Cuneta gushed.
As seen in an Instagram video, the Megastar was also surprised by her household helpers with a happy birthday song and a cake.
“When your household helpers barge into your room just after you’ve woken up and sing to you the Happy Birthday song with a cake and a gift pa in tow, you just feel so…loved and appreciated on a whole different level,” she wrote. /cbb
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