LOOK: Ina Raymundo’s daughter Erika looks hot in debut photo shoot
Former “Sabado Nights” girl Ina Raymundo showed off her eldest daughter Erika Poturnak’s fiery debut photo shoot after years of keeping her away from the public eye.
In an Instagram post yesterday, April 23, Raymundo uploaded photos of her teen daughter Erika Poturnak in a sultry black and white pictorial, calling her “all that.”
“My eldest daughter has been camera shy for years but it’s finally sinking in that it’s [okay] to show what she’s got,” the sultry actress said.
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She’s all that🔥 @erikarae.p My eldest daughter has been camera shy for years but it’s finally sinking in that it’s ok to show what she’s got.💥 Her very first photoshoot was with the BEST, @markednicdao📸 #luckygirl Repost from @erikarae.p using @RepostRegramApp – It was an honour shooting with you @markednicdao !! Thank you for these beautiful photos, I had so much fun 🥰🥰 @inaraymundo95 stylist @beaconstantino makeup @carmelsparkle @jemappellepatricia hair @angeludominguez #ErikaRaePot INAsANAKsMORE STORIESMORE STORIES
Poturnak rocked a sexy biker chic look, wearing a lacy bralette with a studded leather jacket draped on her shoulders.
The teenager went out of her comfort zone in the shoot, as she previously requested her mother for anonymity for a few years, something that Raymundo has previously informed her fans about in Instagram as reported by Philippine Entertainment Portal. On November 2018, Raymundo finally posted a Halloween photo of Erika with her younger brother Jakob, who also got the fans’ attention for his good looks.
Since then, Poturnak has been making appearances in her mother’s Instagram posts.
On March 19, the Kapamilya actress shared a behind-the-scenes Boomerang video of her daughter’s photo shoot, saying, “I had her at 25. One of the best things that ever happened to me.”
Erika is one of Raymundo’s five children with her Ukrainian-Canadian husband Brian Poturnak. JB
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