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Pokwang's Kids Mae, Malia Bond With Lee O'Brian And His Family In The US
PHOTO BY Instagram/itspokwang27
  • Just like what Pokwang said when she confirmed her separation from Lee O'Brian in early July 2022, the ex-couple have remained friends and they co-parent their 4-year-old daughter Malia Francine O'Brian.

    Pokwang recently shared, via Instagram, photos and video clips of Malia on vacation with Lee and Lee's family in the United States.

    Lee is an American actor who played the leading man of the popular Pinay comedianne in the movie shot in the U.S., Edsa Woolworth (2014). He stayed in the Philippines for much for their six-year relationship and have since returned to his homeland.

    In a video clip shared by Pokwang, Lee is standing beside Malia while the girl is riding a horse on a carousel. Father and daughter apparently went to an amusement park. In another clip, they're riding a railroad car with other companions along a forested area.

    Based on Pokwang's caption, Malia was also with her older daughter Mae Subong (her real name is Marietta Subong). She also mentioned that Malia is seeing Lee's parents and other relatives after two years.

    Sisters Mae and Malia are on vacation mode in the U.S.
    PHOTO BY Instagram/itspokwang27

    The mom of the two girls said in the caption for them to "enjoy lang" and added, "See you soon mga anak."

    Based on her other posts, Pokwang is also in the U.S. to work commitments, one of which is a show with fellow comedienne K Brosas to be held in the state of Texas.

    Co-Parenting Guidelines

    "Your co-parenting agreements, whatever they are, are for your kids. They’re for you to be the best parents you can be across two households," said Karen Bonnell, a co-parenting mediator, coach, mentor, and co-author of The Co-Parenting Handbook.

    Here are Bonnel's recommendations, considering that both parents live, unlike Pokwang and Lee, in one country:

    1. Time the child spends in each home should be equal.

    2. Both parents should be involved in all aspects of the child's life.

    3. Holidays should be shared equally.

    4. Factor in time with parents' new partners.

    Read also: Child Custody for Unmarried Parents in the Philippines

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