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LOOK: Vhong Navarro proud dad to son Isaiah who graduated from college

/ 04:01 PM June 12, 2022
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Vhong Navarro and his son Isaiah. Image: Instagram/@vhongx44

Vhong Navarro could not help but feel elated after Isaiah, his son with his ex-wife actress Bianca Lapus, has graduated from college.

The actor-dancer attended the commencement ceremony at the University of Santo Tomas with Lapus, as seen on his Instagram page on Friday, June 10.

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“Masarap sa pakiramdam bilang magulang na makatapos ng pag-aaral ang anak nila,” Vhong said. “Maraming salamat [Isaiah], sobrang nakakaproud ka! We love you [so] much!”

(It feels good as a parent when their children finish their studies. Thank you so much, Isaiah. You make us really proud. We love you so much.)

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Vhong treated fans to snaps from the ceremony, showing the three of them posing for a photo, as well as Isaiah on the stage with other graduates.

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The father and son received congratulatory messages from Vhong’s fellow celebrities and “It’s Showtime” hosts Ogie Alcasid, Ryan Bang and Ion Perez.

Vhong Navarro

Image: Instagram/@vhongx44

Aside from Isaiah, Vhong has another son Frederick, who is his eldest child. Meanwhile, Vhong got married to his longtime partner Tanya Bautista in Kyoto, Japan in 2019. JB

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