Jake Ejercito bonded with daughter Ellie of their latest journey to Japan, the place he celebrated his thirty third birthday, and which culminated in viewing sakura (cherry blossom tree) on illuminated lanes.
On Instagram, Ejercito shared on Sunday the newest installment of images from their Japan go to the place the father-and-daughter duo could be seen having fun with taking footage with the pink and white blooms within the background.
“Sakuraaa,” he mentioned within the caption.
In the meantime, Ejercito additionally shared on his Twitter account footage of their Tokyo practice trip and seek for Ellie’s footwear, whereby he was proven comforting his daughter after failing to search out the best shoe measurement for her. “After the nth sneaker store with out her measurement,” he wrote.
— jake ejercito (@unoemilio) March 25, 2023
— jake ejercito (@unoemilio) March 21, 2023
Netizens expressed admiration on the shut relationship between Ejercito and Ellie within the feedback of his put up, whereas some can’t assist however be aware the latter’s resemblances to her mom, Andi Eigenmann, and the actor himself.
One @jhumer7 mentioned, “How candy relationship [between a] father and [daughter].”
One other @chehb_ wrote, “Courting [a former] youthful model of Andy.”
Ejercito is understood to be keen on happening home and worldwide journeys with Ellie, the place the father-and-daughter duo loved an underwater journey in February 2022. The actor additionally bonded together with his little one in Siargao to mark her tenth birthday in November 2021, together with the latter’s half-sister Lilo.
The “A Household Affair” star is co-parenting Ellie with Eigenmann, who’s at present engaged to celeb surfer Philmar Alipayo. He additionally shared in a January 2020 interview with the Inquirer that he made it some extent to maintain his daughter away from “all of the drama” of their parenting setup. EDV
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