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Dingdong Dantes and family celebrates Father’s Day in El Nido, Palawan

While some fathers are spending Father’s Day in their respective homes surrounded by loved ones, “Kapuso Primetime King” Dingdong Dantes is currently enjoying some family time in El Nido, Palawan. The actor celebrated the special occasion with the most important people in his life—his wife Marian Rivera and their “unica hijaMaria Letizia Dantes. 

To give us a glimpse of their family bonding, Dingdong and Marian shared snaps on Instagram. On one of the posts of the actor, he shared how her wife and daughter prepared a surprise dinner for him. He wrote:

“…and so they surprised me with this beautiful set up.”

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As expected, Marian never let the day pass without greeting her husband a “Happy Father’s Day”. However, she made it more special by writing it in Spanish. She wrote:

“Feliz día del padre mi amor!”

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Meanwhile, Dingdong shared snaps of her daughter and wife and captioned it with:

“For me, this EARTH is simply AMAZING because of them.”

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Peeking over the photos and videos that the Kapuso royalties have shared on Instagram, there’s no denying that they are absolutely having a great time on the island.

As a matter of fact,  El Nido, Palawan holds a special place in the hearts of the Kapuso royalties. As this was the exact place where they spent their honeymoon in February 2015. With this in mind, Dingdong Dantes shared that he is happy that they’ve got to bring Baby Zia on the island that they consider as paradise. To point out, he wrote:

May kakaibang ukit talaga ang islang ito sa kuwento naming mag-asawa. Sabi namin, balang araw, kailangang makarating din dito si Letizia. Kaya’t heto na siya, asim na asim sa sikat ng araw, at may bitbit pang Babi-Yaw (manika niya).”


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