Dimples Romana proud mom as daughter Callie passes private pilot license exams | Inquirer Entertainment

Dimples Romana proud mom as daughter Callie passes private pilot license exams

/ 03:45 PM October 11, 2022
Dimples Romana, Callie

Dimples Romana and her daughter Callie. Image: Instagram/@dimplesromana

Dimples Romana has expressed pride over her daughter Callie’s passing her private pilot’s license exams as she continues her aviation journey in Australia.

The actress announced the good news while showing photos of Callie on her Instagram page yesterday, Oct. 10.


“So child [number one], our 18-year-old future Capt. [Callie] just passed her Private Pilot’s License exams today,” she said. “YES ate (sister)! That’s my girl! On to CPL (commercial pilot license) exams next.”

“We [are] proud, yeah! Celebrating milestone after milestone! Go get it girl!” Romana added.


Among those who sent congratulatory greetings to Callie and Romana were host Ryan Agoncillo and broadcaster Bernadette Sembrano.

Romana sent Callie off to study aviation in the Gold Coast, Australia, last March. The actress witnessed her daughter fly a plane for the first time, but with an instructor, back in July. By August, Callie got to pilot a plane on her own.

Callie is Romana’s eldest child with her husband Boyet Ahmee. The couple also have two younger sons, Alonzo and Elio.  /ra


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