WATCH: Daniel Padilla surprises Kathryn Bernardo in Hong Kong

/ 01:12 PM April 21, 2019
Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla

Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla. Image: Instagram/@bernardokath

Kathryn Bernardo leaped onto boyfriend Daniel Padilla’s arms during a surprise visit by him in Hong Kong yesterday while she was filming her upcoming movie with Alden Richards.

The adorable KathNiel moment was captured on camera and shared to fans in a series of Instagram Stories of director Peewee Gonzales, reposted by an Instagram fan account @kathnielpeeps, yesterday, April 20. Bernardo can be seen jumping in Padilla’s arms in excitement upon seeing her boyfriend.


In another video, Padilla can be heard asking Bernardo, “kumain ka na? (have you eaten?)” while the two were still enveloped in an embrace.

“Let’s give these two a moment of silence,” the director said. “Kumain na daw pero kakain ulit para sabay ang mag-tangi.” (She said she has eaten but she will eat again so they can eat together.)

Meanwhile, Padilla also posted a sweet video montage of their Japan trip last January on Instagram yesterday, calling it “isang produkto ng pagmamahal (a product of love).”

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Isang Produkto ng Pagmamahal.

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Bernardo is filming her upcoming movie with Alden Richards called “Hello, Love, Goodbye”. The movie, which will be directed by Cathy Garcia-Molina, will focus on a story between overseas Filipino workers. JB


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