'Forever missed, loved and remembered': Claudine Barretto honors Rico Yan on his 48th birthday | Inquirer Entertainment

‘Forever missed, loved and remembered’: Claudine Barretto honors Rico Yan on his 48th birthday

/ 10:14 AM March 15, 2023

Claudine Barretto

Claudine Barretto and Rico Yan. Image: Instagram/@claubarretto

Claudine Barretto continues to keep Rico Yan’s memories alive as she remembered the late actor on what would have been his 48th birthday.

The actress expressed her love and longing in her birthday greeting to Yan shown on her Instagram page on Tuesday, March 14. Barretto also showed a cake dedicated to him.


“Happy happy birthday in heaven, Ry. You will forever be missed, loved [and] remembered,” she said in the caption.

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Yan’s sister Tina Marie as well as actor Ken Chan also honored the late actor via the comments section. Meanwhile, fans, delighted by Barretto’s greeting, admired the actress for remembering Yan on his special day.

Claudine Barretto

Image: Instagram/@claubarretto

Claudine Barretto

Image: Instagram/@claubarretto

Rico was also greeted by his former co-actor and friend Marvin Agustin via the latter’s Instagram page.

Claudine Barretto

Image: Instagram/@marvinagustin

Barretto and Yan became a love team in the late 1990s, which eventually evolved into a real-life romance. The two starred in the hit movies “Got 2 Believe” (2002), “Flames: The Movie” (1997) and “Dahil Mahal na Mahal Kita” (1998), among others.

Yan passed away in March 2002 at the age of 27.  /ra


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