Maggie Wilson dismayed over being denied access to son’s birthday photos
Maggie Wilson aired her frustration after she was denied of the photos from her son Connor’s 10th birthday party held a fews days ago.
The Binibining Pilipinas World 2007 titleholder showed a screenshot of her conversation with the photography studio which appears to have taken the photos at the said party, via her Instagram Stories today, March 2.
Wilson was apparently asking for the photos last Sunday, Feb. 27, and the studio initially agreed to send it to her once ready. However, today, the studio reached out to Wilson, saying they were instructed not to give her access to the photos. The beauty queen covered the names mentioned by the studio.
“Hi Ms. Maggie, our sincere apologies po but we’re instructed by [name redacted] not to upload the rest of the set from Connor’s party. We were also instructed not to send any photos po. Kindly ask the copy na lang daw po kay (from) [name redacted],” it read.
Wilson then opened up on the struggles she’s been “dealing with on the inside.” The beauty queen did not elaborate on that part of her statement but it can be noted that she recently separated from her husband, real estate magnate Victor Consunji.
“Another day… You might think everything is nice and peachy on the outside but this is what I have to deal with and have been dealing with on the inside for far too long now,” she added. “Control.”
Wilson and Consunji were earlier spotted together at the party for their son, months after she announced their split in September last year. Meanwhile, this would not be the first time Wilson aired her dismay in connection with seeing her son, as she recently lamented being “refused” to spend Christmas with him. The beauty queen eventually got to be with her son on the day after Christmas. JB
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