WATCH: Kris Aquino prepares matching Christmas tree hats for her kids
Queen of All Media Kris Aquino, and her sons Bimby and Josh, are all set for Christmas through their holiday outfits. The actress made sure that on Christmas Eve, she and her kids are wearing matching Christmas tree hats, holiday-themed hoodies, sweaters and pajamas.
Kris prepared for the festivities by donning a Christmas tree hat made out of metallic green foil paper with blinking red lights and red puppy Santa glasses. Her sons also wore their own variation of the holiday tree: Josh wore a simple Christmas tree hat with a star on top, while Bimby sported a striped red and white beanie hat with the tree in the middle, as seen on Kris’ Instagram account yesterday, Dec. 23.
“[T]his mom prepared… tonight we’re wearing hats & i have Santa glasses,” the actress said.
Kris also jested that her sons Josh and Bimby have no choice but to don the outfits and take photos with her.
“[N]o choice si kuya & bimb, i told them these Christmas pics will be their gifts for me!” Kris said.
Kris also posted her family’s Christmas card this year on Dec. 17. The card stated that for the Aquino family, 2019 was a journey towards healing and wellness.
Kris has been jetting off to other countries to visit doctors for the majority of the year. The actress has yet to disclose the cause of her check-ups, but constantly assured fans that she is okay.
“Let’s assume that for our next card, I’ll surely be on top of even more colored crates,” Kris stated.
Last month, Aquino stated that she is fine about becoming “irrelevant” from social media after keeping a low profile for the past few months. Kris was responding to a netizen who commented that she was “slowly fading into the shadow of irrelevance.”
Kris quickly slammed the critic and said, “I’m pretty chill about becoming ‘irrelevant’ because the price to pay fighting to stay relevant wasn’t worth my health or my peace of mind.” JB
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