LOOK: Luane Dy, Carlo Gonzalez welcome first child | Inquirer Entertainment

LOOK: Luane Dy, Carlo Gonzalez welcome first child

/ 01:28 PM May 03, 2020

Luane Dy, Carlo Gonzalez

Luane Dy, left, and Carlo Gonzalez. Images: Instagram/@luziady

Television host Luane Dy and her husband, actor Carlo Gonzalez, have welcomed a baby boy named Xpiotós into their family.

The proud mother announced her child’s birth on her Instagram page yesterday, May 2. Addressing her newborn, she said, “Anak, salamat sa ligayang iyong dala. Nawa’y hindi tayo mawalay hanggang sa aking pag tanda.”


(Son, thank you for the happiness you bring. May we never part until I grow old.)



“Buong buhay kong pagmamahal sayo’y ipadarama. Masuklian lamang sa aki’y tunay mong halaga. Ikaw ang buhay ng aking buhay sinta,” Dy added. “Tunay, mahal na mahal kita.”

(I will make you feel my love all my life. Just so I can make you feel your true worth to me. You give meaning to my life. Truly, I love you very much.)

Meanwhile, Gonzalez also penned a heartfelt message, calling his son his legacy, fervor, entirety and splendor.

“You are my life’s meaning. The purpose of my being. Like your name on my skin,” Gonzalez added, alongside a photo of his son’s name, Xpiotós, tattooed on his arm.



Gonzalez then assured baby Xpiotós that he will be with him “thru thick and thin.”

Gonzalez first revealed that Dy was pregnant last December. The first-time parents tied the knot in a civil wedding in November last year, months after getting engaged in Disneyland California. JB


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