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LOOK: Gabby Eigenmann’s son finishes high school with high honors

/ 11:33 AM June 28, 2022
Gabby Eigenmann

Gabby Eigenmann and his son Matthew. Image: Instagram/@gabbyeigenmann

Gabby Eigenmann could not help but feel proud of his son Matthew who not just graduated from high school but finished it with high honors.

The actor showed Matthew holding his high school diploma at the commencement ceremony in La Salle Green Hills, via Gabby’s Instagram page last Saturday, June 25.

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“We are very proud of you [Matthew Eigenmann]. Finally high school is done!!! Onto the next,” Gabby said. “Love you so much. Keep doing what you do best!!!”

Gabby, who attended the program with his wife Apples Arizabal, can be seen hugging Matthew while waiting for him to be called on stage.

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Matthew received congratulatory messages from his dad’s fellow celebrities Jake Ejercito and Iza Calado, as well as his aunt Max Eigenmann who asked Gabby about tagging Matthew along in her gimmicks.

Gabby Eigenmann

Image: Instagram/@gabbyeigenmann

Gabby Eigenmann

Image: Instagram/@gabbyeigenmann

Aside from Matthew, Gabby has three more children with Arizabal namely, Liam, Josh and Gabbie. The actor legally adopted Josh and Gabbie who are Arizabal’s children from her previous relationship. JB

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