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  • From Effortless To Humorous: Christmas Portraits Of Celebrity Families!

    Family makes this the most wonderful time of the year.
    by Jocelyn Valle .
From Effortless To Humorous: Christmas Portraits Of Celebrity Families!
PHOTO BY Instagram/drewarellano (left), dongdantes
  • Indeed, Christmas is best celebrated with family. It's also an opportunity to pose for photos that capture precious memories together, just like these celebrity families did. Check out the ones they shared on their social media accounts.

    Dantes Family

    Marian Rivera and Dingdong Dantes shared the same photo, showing them with their children Zia and Ziggy posing in what looked like their living room. Marian wrote a simple greeting, using the language of her Spanish father, "Feliz Navidad," adding a thoughtful wish, "God bless everyone."

    Dingdong, on the other hand, wrote a lenghty caption that brims with optimism and ends with this conclusion: "Marami na tayong pinagdaanang unos bilang isang bayan, at napatunayan natin noon pa man na di matitinag ang pagmamahal na mayroon tayo para sa ating mga pamilya at kapwa. Mananatili ang Pasko sa ating mga puso."

    Agoncillo Family


    Judy Ann Santos and Ryan Agoncillo likewise shared the same photo of them with their children Yohan, Lucho, and Luna, plus Ryan's parents. Ryan also shared another version of the photo, this time with the rest of his extended family.

    Arellano Family

    Iya Villania and Drew Arellano shared two versions of their family portraits, which were taken with their kids Primo, Leon, and Alana. Iya chose the one with them wearing matching pajamas and standing among coconut trees, with a wish of "love and light" for everyone.

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    Drew, on the other hand, opted for the one with them donning predimonantly red clothes with Christmas lights in the background. He also shared a video of them with the rest of his extended family enjoying a holiday break on the beach.

    Kramer Family

    Chesca Garcia and Doug Kramer shared identical photos from the nutcracker-inspired pictorial with their children Kendra, Scarlett, and Gavin. The couple also wrote an identical caption encapsulating God's gift of Christmas. Chesca elaborated on the reason for the season in another post by quoting a Biblical verse.


    Prats Family

    Isabel Oli and John Prats shared the same photo with their kids Feather, Freedom, and Forest. Judging from Isabel's other post, the photo was taken from their Christmas celebration with John's parents, siblings (including Camille), nieces, and nephews. They are collectively called the Pratties.


    Prats-Yambao Family

    Camille Prats likewise posted the Pratties' photo, along with the portrait of her and her husband VJ Yambao's blended family (from left): Nathan, Nolan, Nala, and Ice. She also wished everyone "a blessed Christmas."

    Luna-Sotto Family

    Pauleen Luna shared a bungisngis family photo with her husband Vic Sotto and their young daughter Tali. She also posted a snap of them with the Luna side of their family and another with the Sotto side, consisting of Vic's children, including his two eldest Danica and Oyo, and grandchildren.


    Sotto-Pingris Family

    Danica Sotto, along with her husband Marc Pingris and their son Michel and daughter Caela, all looked cute in matching pajamas that they wore in their family portrait.

    Hermosa-Sotto Family

    Kristine Hermosa and Oyo Sotto's youngest child, Isaac, who was born in August 2021, is happily asleep in his first Christmas family portrait. Their four other kids Kiel, Dre, Kaleb, and Vin are just so happy to be celebrating the most wonderful time of the year.


    Peralejo-Bonifacio Family

    Rica Peralejo shared a few snaps showing how she and her husband Joseph Bonifacio tried to have a family portrait when their sons Philip and Manu were already sleepy.

    She said in the caption, "Yung pag sobrang late nyo na narealize na wala pa pala kayong family Christmas photo tapos pinabalik mo isuot sa anak mo yung polo na tinanggal na nya habang naglalaro."

    Beyond tradition, taking family portraits during special occasions, such as Christmas, has its noble purpose, read here.

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