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Kylie Padilla's Siblings: What Have They Been Up to Leading to Her WeddingThe Padilla brood live in different countries, but they've all come together for Kylie's wedding.by Rachel Perez .
Kylie Padilla and Aljur Abrenica, who had been engaged three times finally said their vows in front of God, their families and friends yesterday, December 11, 2018. It took everyone by surprise, and Aljur revealed in his speech during the reception that he and his now-wife green-lit the event two weeks before the big day.
It was an emotional affair. Kylie finally married the man she loves and the father of her 1-year-old child, Alas Joaquin, and her parents and siblings were in full attendance, an answered prayer and a dream come true for the actress.
Her parents, Robin Padilla and Liezl Sicango, were the ones who walked her down the aisle. Older sister Queenie Padilla was her matron of honor, while younger sister Zherileen Padilla was her maid of honor. And Kylie's only brother Ali Padilla was also present.
Robin's wife Mariel Padilla, whom Kylie relied on for support during her pregnancy and the first few months of motherhood was there along with her daughter, Kylie's youngest sister Maria Isabella Padilla, who served as flower girl.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
The only member missing from the wedding was Kylie's half-sister, Camille Garcia, Robin's daughter with Leah Orosa, who is based in the U.S. Liezl, Zherileen, and Ali all reside in Australia, while Queenie now lives in Pakistan with her husband and daughter.
Kylie and Aljur's wedding was the first occasion in a long time since Robin, Liezl, Queenie, Zherileen, and Ali were all together with Kylie. But the Padilla siblings have made it a point to make time for each other and their father, going on family vacations here in the Philippines or abroad. Some of the places they've been to together were Spain and Japan.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOWADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
So what have the Padilla siblings been doing out of the spotlight?
Queenie arrived in the country a month after mom Liezl did. She and Kylie gave birth to their little ones only weeks apart. Queenie has a daughter, Mustahsina Mikailah, with her Pakistani husband Usama Mir, who has a vlog on Youtube. She founded an online selling business with her husband, which offers statement shirts and hoodies and different kinds of hijab.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Kylie's younger sister, Zhen Zhen to her family, flew in a day before the wedding. While she appears on her dad's social media, her face is rarely visible or it is turned away from the camera.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
But on Kylie's wedding, Zherileen took a rare selfie and shared it publicly. "The only time I'll take a selfie," she wrote on her Instagram Stories (she is as lovely as her sisters).
On her Instagram feed, Zherileen mostly posts about gaming and her travels. It also looks like she is studying a film course at an Australian university.
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It's not clear when Ahmad Ali, Robin's only son and now 17, arrived in the country, but he probably came with his Ate Zhen Zhen.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
As the proud dad said on his Instagram Live video, Ali is now all grown up and looking dapper in a dark suit. He is most probably living a student life in Australia. His former Instagram handle @alipadilla14 is now inaccessible.