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Cristy Fermin strongly believes that Julia Montes gave birth to lovechild with Coco Martin

  • Showbiz columnist Cristy Fermin stands that Julia Montes really gave birth to a child recently
  • This confirmation was after the speculations from a blind item that a female star gave birth to her first child with her famous boyfriend as the father
  • This rumor was confirmed by Cristy Fermin in one of her Youtube programs

Showbiz insider Cristy Fermin, with no doubt, recently confirmed that Kapamilya artist Julia Montes has indeed given birth to her lovechild with ‘FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano’ star Coco Martin.

Julia’s pregnancy rumor started when she surprisingly took a leave from her booming career, after her TV series ‘Asintado’ concluded. She stayed in Germany and her main reason was to spend time with her father. However, since she took a sudden hiatus, netizens thought that it wasn’t the main reason but rather she was hiding her pregnancy.

Then on April 01, she was rumored to already have given birth at Cardinal Santos Medical Center in San Juan City, after a blind item came out claiming that a female star officially became a mother, after giving birth to her first child with her famous boyfriend as the father.

This prompted many to speculate that it was the rumored couple in the person of Julia and Coco, whom the blind item was referring to. The rumor became more truthful after columnist Cristy Fermin attested to the allegations.

In one of her reports, she took a stand and revealed that the news about Julia and Coco’s love child is true, and she clarified that further disclosures will soon be provided by the couple as a sign of respect.

Kami po… ay naninindigan na totoo pong nagsilang ng sanggol si Julia Montes sa Cardinal Santos Medical Center. Totoo po yun. Pero hanggan doon lamang po ang aming masasabi dahil nire-respeto namin ang ka-pribaduhan nila ni Coco Martin.”





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