When it comes to being a mother, Kris Aquino is considered to be the fiercest and most doting of them all.
Kris Aquino may have had her share of fame and infamy, but one thing’s for sure: her love for her children knows no boundaries.
For instance, she has supported her eldest son, Josh Aquino, in his fitness battle. Josh lost a lot of weight in a few years because of his determination and discipline and also thanks to the support of his trainers and family.
She has also been very vocal about Bimby’s future relationships.She has fought tirelessly for both of her sons and gives them only the best.
In return, her children, Josh and Bimby, have expressed their love for their mother. They have also continued to make Kris Aquino very proud.
Recently, her youngest son, Bimby Aquino, has been excelling in his academics. And now, Kris Aquino is overjoyed to share another #ProudMama moment.
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On her Instagram account, the Queen of All Media proudly posts a video of Bimby playing the piano. And he wasn’t just playing a simple piece, he played a piano classic– “Fur Elise” composed by none other than Ludwig van Beethoven.
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In the caption, Kris Aquino wrote:
“This dimple just makes me so happy. And i’m such a #proudmama- Teacher Veron said Bimb’s piano playing & learning is effortless. Thank You God for my 2 sons who give my life infinite inspiration! ♥️♥️♥️”
Netizens were quick to praise Bimby, for his outstanding work. The post reached a total of 144,704 views with 11,951 likes in just 5 hours. A lot of moms were also commending Bimby for his skills and shared their own #ProudMama moments on the comments section.
Some netizens also praised Bimby’s slender fingers, which would be great for his music interests.
Who can blame Kris Aquino for being such a proud mother with these talented boys? Keep up the good work Bimby and Josh!
Watch the video below: