Vico Sotto, Pauleen Luna, ‘Eat Bulaga‘ hosts greet Vic Sotto on his 66th birthday
Actor Vic Sotto’s family and friends did not fail to celebrate his special day despite the COVID-19 crisis, even though some of them had to do it through virtual means, such as his “Eat Bulaga” family and his son Vico.
Vic marked his 66th birthday at home yesterday, April 28, with his wife actress Pauleen Luna and their daughter Tali. One of Vic’s sons, Vico, who is mayor of Pasig City, also sent his birthday greetings through a Twitter post on the same day.
“Happy quarantine birthday Papa!” Vico said.
The mayor accompanied his post with a screengrab from the videoconferencing app Zoom, which showed him smiling with a picture of his father beside him. Vico is the actor’s son with actress Coney Reyes.
Happy quarantine birthday Papa! 😄 pic.twitter.com/FG6qT2SE0g
— Vico Sotto (@VicoSotto) April 28, 2020
Vic’s noontime show co-hosts in “Eat Bulaga” did not forget to greet him as well. The show’s hosts bonded with Vic for a Facebook Live show yesterday.
They also participated in the hashtag #PassTheCakeChallenge, as seen on the show’s Instagram page.
Co-hosts Maine Mendoza, Alden Richards, Ryan Agoncillo, Jose Manalo, Joey de Leon, Wally Bayola, Paolo Ballesteros and more, virtually passed a “cake” (or any item they have at home topped with a candle), until it reached Luna, who personally delivered a real cake to Vic.
“This photo shows how much you love being a father, and not many people know how much you love staying home with your family,” she said, showing two pictures of Vic bonding with Tali.
“Thank you for doing your best to be the best father to your kids and husband to me,” she added. “Like what i said, i may not have a gift for you today, but you will always have my love, loyalty, respect and support.” JB
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