Kris Aquino tells James Yap to spend more time with son

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Wednesday, March 19, 2014

QUEEN of All Media Kris Aquino urged her estranged husband James Yap to create happy memories with their son, James Jr., also known as Bimby.

In Tuesday's episode of "Kris TV," the six-year-old kid was seen swimming and playing with Brazilian-Japanese model Daniel Matsunaga during their recent trip in Palawan.

Upon seeing her son playing with Matsunaga, Aquino couldn't help but say, "Naawa ako kaya dapat um-effort si James (Yap). Naghahanap talaga si Bimb ng masculine companionship and playmate."


Later on, Aquino articulated her wishes to her former husband that he should spend more time with their kid and take advantage of his Saturday bonding with Bimby.

"I hope ang magkaroon ng realization yung father ni Bimb na mag-exert siya ng effort na gawin 'yun. Kasi 'yun ang one thing na hindi ko talaga kaya. No matter how much I love my sons, that's one thing, yung harutan na panglalaki. Well it's not in my capacity," she said.

Aquino added: "Yung every day na pagkikita nila, sana mag exert ng effort kasi hindi mo maibabalik ang time na ito, so they will have happy memories together or kung hindi man maganap 'yon, may God bless me with a partner who would be willing to do that. In God's time."

To recall, it was only a few weeks ago when Aquino and Yap settled their personal differences and came up with a more concrete visitation plan for the professional cager.

Aquino said she has moved on from past hurt and is ready to give Yap and their son a chance to have a healthy father-son relationship.

"Gusto ko talaga to move on from all of these. To move on with a happy and peaceful heart. And thank you kay James for acknowledging na naging mabuting magulang (ako), lalo na pag nasa poder mo. It takes maturity from both of us to be able to reach this point," she said in one episode of "Aquino & Abunda Tonight".

The television host added: "We have one goal, to be good parents to Bimb and to make sure he'll be good, productive, responsible and loving human being." (Sunnex)


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