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Charlene Gonzalez-Muhlach hospitalized during twins Andres and Tash’s 18th birthday

/ 01:19 PM November 06, 2019
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The Muhlach family: Aga, Andres, Charlene and Atasha. Image: Instagram/@aagupy, @atashamuhlach_

Despite the circumstances, actress and former beauty queen Charlene Gonzalez-Muhlach chooses to see the silver lining. She expressed gratitude for her family who kept her company during her hospitalization, particularly her twins Atasha and Andres who were celebrating their 18th birthday.

The former Bb. Pilipinas-Universe went to St. Luke’s Medical Center in Quezon City for a check-up due to some abdominal pain as per her post on Instagram, yesterday, Nov. 5. Some blood tests revealed that she had appendicitis and required immediate surgery.

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The actress assured her followers that she is already fine. Charlene also thanked the hospital staff and doctors, as she also aired her regret for missing her husband Aga Muhlach’s movie premiere for “Nuuk”.

Nonetheless, she thanked Aga for keeping her company, and their children Andres and Tash for spending their debut with her in the hospital.

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“I cannot believe you’re 18 now,” she told her children. “It’s your turn to fly.”

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♥️The loves of my life ♥️ I thank God everyday for blessing me with wonderful & kind hearted children like you Ate & Kuya. Thank you for bringing your dad & I so much love & happiness through the years ♥️♥️♥️ I can not believe your 18 now… It’s your turn to fly 🥰 Your dad & I will forever be your biggest fans ♥️ Always remember to continue to be kind as you are and give all glory to God in everything you do… ♥️♥️♥️ #Happy18thbirthday @aagupy @atashamuhlach_

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Aga also had an inspiring message to his kids, as seen on his post last Monday, Nov. 4.

“You have given me and your mom so much joy and love and at the same time taught us to become the parents that we are now,” he said. Aga also reminded his twins to “be kind to everyone and never judge people. Love one another.”

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How time flies. The first time I held you both when you were born. 18 years later here you both are in your senior year. As I’ve always told you growing up… always be kind to everyone and never judge people. Love one another. I know you both have so many dreams in life and yes, there is so much in life that you will experience as you both start to fly and achieve your dreams. But always remember this.. we follow God’s plan and not ours. You both have given me and your mom so much joy and love and at the same time taught us to become the parents that we are now. [email protected] for the blessing that you are to us and to many. Continue to spread love and kindness to all our brothers and sisters in Christ. Continue to plant good seed so we reap good harvest. Happy 18th birthday to my crazy 🤪😂 loving and very kind and humble heart partners in crime. Love you with all my heart. ❤️ Go out and fly and continue to love, be kind amd and always help people in need. God loves you both. We do! Happy birthday!!! Antonio Andres and Atasha Aaron Muhlach. 😘 Cheers!! 🥂🥂🥂 @aagupy @atashamuhlach_ @itsmecharleneg

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Aga’s latest film “Nuuk” meanwhile also stars Alice Dixson, and is directed by Veronica Velasco. The psychodrama set in Greenland will open in cinemas today, Nov. 6. JB

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