LOOK: Bimby now 6 feet tall at 13 years old, towers over mom Kris Aquino | Inquirer Entertainment

LOOK: Bimby now 6 feet tall at 13 years old, towers over mom Kris Aquino

/ 06:21 PM October 04, 2020

Kris Aquino revealed that her son Bimby has shot up to 6 feet tall at just 13 years old.

Bimby could be seen towering over his mom in a picture the actress and host shared with fans on Friday, Oct. 2 via Instagram.


“[I] didn’t shrink — my bunso (youngest) just keeps growing taller,” she wrote.

Aquino was dwarfed by her two boys Joshua and Bimby, whom she called her “towers of love,” in another photo posted yesterday, Oct. 3. The proud mom stands barely above their shoulders.


When Kris Aquino impersonator Krissy Achino asked about their height, the Queen of All Media said her eldest is 6’2” while Bimby is 6 feet tall, but his hair adds an inch to him. Aquino also surmised that Bimby will outgrow Josh.

Krissy Achino comment

Image: Instagram/@krisaquino

Inevitably, there were questions from commenters about Bimby possibly playing sports like basketball. Aquino told Instagram user @japhi_45 that Bimby swims and is busy with school work.

“I am so impressed that math [and] science are so advanced and he’s reading ‘The Odyssey’,” she said.

Bimby turned 13 last April while he was quarantined with family in Puerto Galera. He is Aquino’s only child with her ex-husband, cager James Yap. JB


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