LOOK: Sharon Cuneta’s 2nd child Frankie graduates from high school

/ 01:32 PM June 07, 2019

Frankie Pangilinan graduated from high school at the Beacon Academy on Friday, June 7.

Proud parents Sharon Cuneta and Sen. Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan attended the ceremony along with children Miel and Miguel, as seen in Cuneta’s Instagram on Friday morning.


Senator Kiko lauded his daughter on Instagram with a picture of her accepting her diploma.

“Congratulations to my darling Frankie! Proud of you, proud that you hurdled the challenges, faced acid tests and got things done. We did it! Now off to College.”

frankie pangilinan, kiko pangilinan

Senator Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan poses with his newly-graduated daughter Frankie.  Image: Instagram/@kiko.pangilinan

Older sister KC Concepcion was not present at the ceremony, but left a heartfelt message for Frankie on Instagram.

“It’s your high school grad and I’m extremely proud of you for getting this far!!!” she said. “I’m so sad in a way cuz (sic) you’re no longer the little girl I first loved, but I’m excited to share new adventures—more early morning donut (sic) runs etc. with you!!”

 The 18-year-old, a budding singer and writer, plans to go to college in New York, a decision that Cuneta rued on Instagram in May because she would miss her second child.

While Frankie’s school has not yet been revealed, Cuneta described it as her “dream school.”  /ra


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