Sharon Cuneta reunites with daughter KC Concepcion: 'A little happy during days of grieving' | Inquirer Entertainment

Sharon Cuneta reunites with daughter KC Concepcion: ‘A little happy during days of grieving’

/ 03:28 PM August 09, 2022
Sharon Cuneta

Sharon Cuneta and KC Concepcion. Image: Instagram/@reallysharoncuneta

Sharon Cuneta found comfort “during days of grieving” in her daughter actress KC Concepcion, with whom she reunited after several months.

The Megastar gave a glimpse of the reunion, showing Concepcion locked in her mother’s embrace, as seen on Cuneta’s Instagram page today, Aug. 9. While the location was undisclosed, the reunion appears to have taken place in the United States where Concepcion currently resides.

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“A little HAPPY during days of grieving,” Cuneta said, referring to the recent demise of her friend veteran actress Cherie Gil.

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Cuneta in a series of posts yesterday, Aug. 8, expressed grief and longing for Gil.

“Still cannot imagine the coming days, years without you…Too much of this unexpected, unacceptable, inexplicable stabbing pain in my heart…Love you forever and ever and ever and ever,” Cuneta addressed Gil.

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Before their recent meeting, Cuneta got to be with Concepcion last March when the latter went back to the Philippines. Concepcion also earlier expressed appreciation of her relationship with Cuneta, noting that “there’s nothing like mother’s love.”  /ra

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