WATCH: Aljur Abrenica singing to Kylie Padilla before she gave birth

/ 03:04 PM December 14, 2019
Kylie Padilla, Aljur Abrenica, family

Kylie Padilla and Aljur Abrenica remain strong as a couple as their family grows. Pictured between them is their firstborn Alas. Image: Instagram/@kylienicolepadilla

Enduring pregnancy and childbirth is a true feat, as father of two Aljur Abrenica would know. He showed support for wife Kylie Padilla by singing to her as they waited for their second child to be born.

The moment between husband and wife was caught on video, with the couple in an embrace as Abrenica sang. Padilla shared it on her Instagram today, Dec. 14.


She recalled, “I asked my husband to sing for me because I found it soothing to hear his voice up until I reached 9cm and my water broke.”

She admitted, “Then I think I was punching him by then lol. MASAKIT (painful).”


Struggling through the pain brought baby Axl Romeo into the world on Monday, Dec. 9. When he was born, Padilla gushed on Instagram, “He is loved, he is cherished and he has one strong suck just like his Kuya.”

The couple welcomed their first child, Alas, in 2017. Padilla and Abrenica wed in December last year.  /ra


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