Judy Ann Santos admits to feeling “sepanx” or separation anxiety and excitement after taking her daughter Luna to her first day of school.
On Tuesday, August 2, the “Kasal, Kasali, Kasalo” star took to Instagram to share snaps of Luna, her six-year-old daughter with husband Ryan Agoncillo, going to school for the first time.
In the caption, Judy Ann expressed how “happy and excited” she is about the return of face-to-face classes.
“First day of school for our little bunny. First day for all of us after 2 1/2 years of online schooling. Nakaka-sepanx ng sobra!! But I’m happy and excited for all the kids to be able to attend classes with a bit of normalcy,” she wrote in the caption.
The “Ang Dalawang Mrs. Reyes” actress also penned a message of appreciation for the teachers who have made face-to-face schooling possible.
“Thank you to all our hardworking teachers, for doing everything to make this happen. Dear God, please bless, guide, protect and look over our children and teachers as we all move forward from this pandemic,” she said.
As seen in one photo, it was Ryan who drove Luna to school while Judy Ann accompanied her.
Ryan added a hashtag to Judy Ann’s post in the comments which read, “Sepanx is real.”
Judy Ann’s celebrity friends Bianca Gonzalez and Iya Villania cheered on Luna in the comment section.
Angelica Panganiban wrote in jest, “Ano ba laman ng bag luna? May takot yata tayong mawala ito”
Aside from Luna, Judy Ann and Ryan have two kids: Yohan and Lucho.
Judy Ann and Ryan were already a real-life couple when they starred in the 2006 romantic-comedy film “Kasal, Kasali, Kasalo” and its sequel “Sakal, Sakali, Saklolo.”
They celebrated their 18th wedding anniversary last April.
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