WATCH: Camille Prats’ daughter Nala lovingly ‘possessive’ of baby Nolan
Camille Prats recently introduced her elder children, Nala and Nathan, to their sibling, Nolan Crisanto, the new addition to their family.
Prats recalled Nala’s excitement in meeting Nolan, as per her Instagram post yesterday, July 13. She posted a video showing Nala holding Nolan, while she guided her daughter.
“Their first meeting captured on video [emoji] so possessive of her baby brother,” Prats said.
Prats admitted that she had no idea of how Nala would react upon seeing Nathan, as per a separate post via Instagram on Friday, July 12. But she was in for a surprise when she saw Nala’s happiness after meeting Nolan, especially as Nala wanted to hold her baby brother immediately.
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Her face when she finally met her baby bro. 💙 Priceless. 🙏🏻 We honestly have no idea what her reaction will be when she sees Nolan, she's super clingy to both vj and I and enjoys all the attention even with her Kuya @nathanielcaesar. So we were quite worried how she'll feel seeing another baby. She was happy and wanted to hold him right away. ♥️💕 My life is definitely full of surprises 🙏🏻♥️
“Her face when she finally met her baby bro. Priceless,” she said. “We honestly have no idea what her reaction will be when she sees Nolan, she’s super clingy to both vj and I and enjoys all the attention even with her Kuya @nathanielcaesar.”
“So we were quite worried how she’ll feel seeing another baby. She was happy and wanted to hold him right away,” she added.
Prats gushed about her children and her husband, VJ Yambao, in another post, where she shared a moment showing Yambao holding Nala and Nathan, as they posed with Nolan.
Nolan is Prats’ second child with Yambao. Nathan is her son with her first husband, Anthony Linsangan, who passed away due to cancer in September 2011. Hannah Mallorca/JB
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