LOOK: Andi Manzano gives birth to 2nd baby girl
Andi Manzano gave birth to her second child in the early hours of Saturday.
Manzano’s husband, businessman GP Reyes, shared a photo of himself cradling their newborn daughter that they named Corazon Amelia, born at the Makati Medical Center at 1:09 a.m. Saturday.
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It wasn’t the easiest. Or the quickest. My incredible, amazing wife pushed hard for hours. She is my hero. And finally after a pretty tough, grueling, exhausting time in labor from inducing at 3pm to dilating to delivery…..at about 1:09 am on 1/19/19 (first day palang making a statement na!) …. our new princess was born. World…. meet Corazon Amelia Manzano Reyes. 😍 I’d like to express my deepest gratitude to the awesome people here at MMC and of course to the best ob in the universe doc tere henson, the best anesthesiologist doc gerry de jesus, the best pedia doc @ayenuguid! thank you for helping bring us Amelia! Of course my wife, My warrior, my hero, @andimanzano! You only made me fall deeper in love with you❤️I love you so so much! Thank you for bringing me another angel. Yes it is possible to be in love with three women at once. 😍 and last but not least thank you to the Lord Jesus for watching over us and keeping mommy and baby safe 🙏🏻 special thanks to all of you who prayed for us. The heavens heard you! We are forever grateful. Thank you!! 😍🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻big love from the Reyeses! #thereyeses #pilarolivia #corazonamelia #babyA #littlegpandi2
“It wasn’t the easiest. Or the quickest,” Reyes said about Amelia’s birth. “My incredible, amazing wife pushed hard for hours.”
Manzano likewise shared Amelia’s first selfie. “It was a tough, challenging and long delivery but God heard our prayers and this little girl is a miracle baby,” she said.
Manzano and Reyes married in November 2013 in Baguio City. They had their first child, Pilar Olivia, born March 2015. /ra
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