Pops Fernandez, Martin Nievera bond together with grandchild Finn

Pops Fernandez, Martin Nievera bond together with grandchild Finn

/ 03:33 PM June 20, 2024

Pops Fernandez, Martin Nievera share priceless moments with grandchild Finn

Pops Fernandez and Martin Nievera with their grandchild Finn. Image: Instagram/@popsfernandezofficial

First-time grandparents Pops Fernandez and Martin Nievera couldn’t seem to get enough of their grandchild Finn when the veteran singers visited him in the United States.

While Fernandez was carrying Finn, Martin entertained the child with his gibberish sound and playful face, as seen in a video on Fernandez’s Instagram page on Tuesday, June 18.

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“They speak the same language,” she said of Martin and Finn, adding the hashtag “priceless moments.” 

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A giggly Finn was also seen in a separate video being amused by his grandfather playing peekaboo in gibberish language.

READ: Pops Fernandez thanks ex-husband Martin Nievera for making her ‘shine’

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Meanwhile, Fernandez and Martin also bonded with their sons Robin and Ram. Martin’s longtime girlfriend Anj del Rosario, and Robin’s partner and Finn’s mom, Mian Acoba, met with them as well in separate instances.

During their US stay, Fernandez and Martin held their sold-out “The Concert King & Queen” show in California which also included a performance from Robin.

Robin and Acoba welcomed Finn in December last year. Martin immediately met Finn a day after the child was born, while Fernandez only got to visit him for the first time in March.

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