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Kylie, Aljur agree on co-parenting setup

Aljur Abrenica and Kylie Padilla

Kylie Padilla has opened up about her separation from husband Aljur Abrenica

In a statement sent to GMA News on Thursday, Kylie said that she and Aljur agreed on co-parenting setup following their breakup.

“Aljur and I are working on a healthy co-parenting relationship together for our boys’ sake. We pray and hope that we will become better persons through this experience and will bring out the best in all of us. Thank you for your love and support,” Kylie said.

“Every family goes through a lot of challenges, and sometimes we think that it is only the couple that goes through the ordeal. We forget the kids and people that are involved,” she said.

Kylie asked for privacy as her family goes through the process of recovering, healing, and moving on.

“All we need right now is respect—first and foremost on the decisions we have made as a family and respect for each and every member of our family—to Aljur who is the father of my two wonderful boys, most especially to Alas and Axl who are at this point very fragile, and to our families from both sides who have guided us along the way,” she said.

Earlier, Robin Padilla confirmed that his daughter Kylie and her husband Aljur have separated.





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