Kristine Hermosa thankful for Oyo Sotto’s unconditional love: ‘Okay sayo lahat basta magkasama tayo’
After giving birth to her fifth child, Kristine Hermosa expressed her love for her husband, Oyo Sotto, as she notes that the latter has remained at her side without question.
“Maraming salamat sa napakabuti kong asawa (Many thanks to my extremely kind husband) @osotto [heart emoji],” Hermosa posted on Instagram yesterday, Aug. 5.
“Thank you for always standing by me through the years — payat man o mataba ako, haggard man o hindi masyado, may lash extensions man o wala, okay sayo lahat basta magkasama tayo.. thank you sa lahat ng [pag-aalaga], Hun… I love you,” she emphasized.
(Thank you for always standing by me through the years — whether I am thin or fat, haggard or only slightly, whether I have lash extensions or not, everything is okay with you as long as we are together… thank you for taking care of me, Hun… I love you.)
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The post came with several photos of Hermosa with Sotto, with some including their newborn baby boy, Vittorio Isaac, who was born on Aug. 3.
Hermosa also thanked God for “giving us the ability to produce and bring life to a beautiful human being,” as well as her doctor Elsie Pascua for her support.
“[Maraming] maraming salamat po (Thank you very much) Doc for believing, praying and rejoicing with us since day 1 and baby #1. Salamat sa pagmamahal (Thanks for the love) Doc. Napakabuti ng puso mo (You have a very good heart). [Heart emoji] We love you so much!!!” she said.
“To our newborn Vittorio Isaac, you are a beautiful blessing and another reminder of His faithfulness. You are a miracle,” the doting mother emphasized. “[Your] siblings adore and love you.”
Hermosa and Sotto have been married for 10 years and have one daughter and four sons now. They announced in December last year that they were expecting their fifth child together. /ra
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