LOOK: Kylie Padilla glows in maternity shoot with Aljur Abrenica, Alas

/ 01:47 PM August 13, 2019

Kylie Padilla stunned in a photoshoot where she showed off her baby bump and was joined by husband Aljur Abrenica and their first child Alas.

Padilla was styled in monochrome outfits for the studio shoot and looked radiant as she posed in them. In one picture she shared on Instagram on Monday, Aug. 12, she wore a white robe as Alas, 2, kissed her stomach and Abrenica held him.


In another family picture, Padilla wore a figure-hugging black dress, with her husband and son in matching black outfits too.

Padilla also posed solo in her black dress, looking glamorous with her hair up in a messy bun. “23 weeks,” she wrote in the caption, referring to the period of her pregnancy.

Among her artistic portraits was a silhouette of her stomach styled with gossamer fabric as a cape.

Padilla could not help wax sentimental over a portrait of Alas captured in a jump for joy.

“I know you will be the most loving kuya (big brother),” she said.

Behind the scenes of the shoot, the mood was less dramatic than the photos — on her Instagram Stories, she shared a video of her and her growing family smiling wide while “I Just Can’t Wait to Be King” from “The Lion King” played in the background.

Padilla officially announced on Aug. 3 that she was expecting her second child with Abrenica and that she was already 22 weeks pregnant. She and the “Asintado” star got married last December. JB


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