Frankie Pangilinan, daughter to actress Sharon Cuneta and Senator Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan, graduated from high school just last June and is off to college soon. To commemorate the milestone, Sharon took the opportunity to gift her daughter with a useful luxury. Based on the Instagram post of Sharon herself, it looks like Frankie will be going off to college with a good collection of ‘investment footwear’.
Frankie’s Instagram story, reposted by Sharon on her own account, shows a collection of designer footwear with the caption: “Good daughters get good shoes!” While the pairs of shoes were not shown in their entirety the brands of Dior, Chanel, Valentino, and Hermes were easily distinguishable.
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I surprised Kakie today by asking Madel of @madeloveluxe to come over with several pairs of footwear to have Kakie choose from. Her first branded ones since she was a toddler! She’s been a really good kid – a loving daughter – and I wanted her to pick some good pairs for when she goes off to college! Thank you, Madel for gifting me with beautiful black Prada sneakers and gifting Kakie with her first Chanel sneakers! We love you! And I truly love my Kakie. 😊❤️🙏🏻🌟 She was naiiyak because we have always given our children a modest budget for shopping, and they aren’t spoiled and have very few expensive things. That way, they know the value of hard-earned money and appreciate it so much when they receive well-made investment pieces. She was so happy! Eighteen na siya and I am grateful she never turned into a monster throughout her teenage years! Hahaha! #offtocollege #collegegirl I love you Baba!!! @frankiepangilinan
Sharon makes it a point to underscore that this type of gift was not common in their household with their children far from being spoiled. She writes: “Her first branded ones since she was a toddler! She’s been a really good kid – a loving daughter – and I wanted her to pick some good pairs for when she goes off to college!” In fact, she even shared that Frankie was in near tears at the generosity of the gift.
The gift is described as “well-made investment pieces”, referencing the fact that though these pieces may come with a hefty price tag they make up for it in the long run.
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