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  • Actress Kristine Hermosa gave birth to a healthy baby boy on Saturday, announced by her husband and proud father, Oyo Boy Sotto, via a series of Instgram posts. Captioning one of the photos of their son, Kaleb Hanns, Oyo Boy wrote: “Thank you Lord Jesus for this blessing!” In another post, Oyo Boy shared a photo of his father, Vic Sotto, kissing baby Kaleb on the cheek, with the caption, “Sweet Tatay Vic.”

    The proud daddy also posted photos of his daughter Ondrea Bliss and adopted son Quiel, who were seen carrying baby Kaleb. He wrote, “Finally home… Thank you Jesus!” Meanwhile, Danica SottoPingris, Oyo’s sister, also shared the news via the same site.

    “Love everything about this picture! Congratulations again Oyo and Tin,” she posted with an accompanying photo of Vic, Oyo Boy and baby Kaleb. Danica said in another post that Ondrea is “thrilled” to become an ate, noting, “She kept saying… ‘Dada, wanna see baby Kaleb!’” Kristine married Oyo Boy in a sunset wedding on Jan. 12, 2011 at the Club Balai Isabel in Talisay, Batangas. The actress has been a full-time mom ever since.

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