Sharon Cuneta on FPJ, Rudy Fernandez, Robin Padilla: ‘I’ll never stop missing the three kings’

/ 01:21 PM May 20, 2019
Sharon Cuneta former leading men

Image: Instagram/@reallysharoncuneta

Sharon Cuneta went nostalgic recently about her former leading men, sharing with her fans a throwback photo of herself with these actors via Instagram yesterday, May 19.

The Megastar posed with departed actors and screen legends Fernando Poe Jr. and Rudy Fernandez; together with them was action star and ex-boyfriend Robin Padilla.


“Heartbreaking to know that this photo will never happen again,” the actress-singer wrote. “Two of my best friends here have already gone to heaven.”

“I will never stop missing them, the three kings and I,” Cuneta said.

Cuneta was first paired with FPJ in the 1990 smash hit “Kahit Konting Pagtingin” and its 1995 sequel “Minsan Pa: Kahit Konting Pagtingin 2”.

In 1991, the Megastar headlined another hit film “Maging Sino Ka Man” opposite Padilla. They were later reunited in the films “Di Na Natuto” (1993), “Pagdating ng Panahon” (2001) and “Unexpectedly Yours” (2017) alongside Julia Barretto and Joshua Garcia.


Cuneta starred with Fernandez in “Kung Kailangan Mo Ako” (1993), their first and only film together. JB


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