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Mar 08 18, 4:41 pm

Father of Michelle and Ehra Madrigal passes away

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Mar. 08, 18 | 4:41 pm

The father of sisters Michelle and Ehra Madrigal died on March 5 after being hospitalized due to kidney and liver complications.

Ehra posted on Instagram the devastating news alongside family photos of the Madrigals.

The post read, “It’s been 3 days since you passed away, daddy. para lang akong lumulutang. seeing you lifeless in your hospital bed, choosing your casket and all feels like it was just in a bad dream. i hope you know how much i love you! if i can only keep you alive a little longer, i would… but i guess god took you away from us already so you won’t have to suffer anymore, mahal na mahal kita, daddy!!! iniisip ko pa lang na hindi na kita makaka-usap at mayayakap, ang hirap hirap na. i don’t know how i’ll get through this but i’ll continue praying for more strength.”

The remains of their father will be transferred to Bulacan tomorrow.

“It’ll be your last night later in manila before we transfer you to bulacan so we’ll celebrate you!!! ‘till we dance together in heaven again! i love you with all my heart!!! paki-kamusta na lang din po kami sa ama at ina!,” she continued.

…it’s been 3 days since you passed away, daddy. para lang akong lumulutang. seeing you lifeless in your hospital bed, choosing your casket and all feels like it was just in a bad dream. i hope you know how much i love you! if i can only keep you alive a little longer, i would… but i guess god took you away from us already so you won’t have to suffer anymore. mahal na mahal kita, daddy!!! iniisip ko pa lang na hindi na kita makaka-usap at mayayakap, ang hirap hirap na. i don’t know how i’ll get through this but i’ll continue praying for more strength. it’ll be your last night later in manila before we transfer you to bulacan so we’ll celebrate you!!! ‘till we dance together in heaven again! i love you with all my heart!!! paki-kamusta na lang din po kami sa ama at ina! ???

A post shared by Ehra Madrigal-Yeung (@iamehramadrigal) on

Michelle, on the other hand, also shared a photo of her and her dad on Instagram with words, “Mahal na mahal kita daddy!”

Earlier, Michelle shared that her father inspires her to continue with her fitness challenge after her father was hospitalized in February.

“Besides wanting to win this challenge, it also motivated me to push myself and do more because of my dad,” Michelle said.

I was so reluctant to post these photos because it’s not your typical edited or photoshopped IG content… this is me RAW! No make up, filter free and just showing off my real postpartum body. – I have joined the @1stphorm 8 Week TRANSPHORMATION challenge because I want to be in the best shape of my life! I want to see my self discipline knowing that I have never joined any fitness contest related before so this will be very hard for me. – I would like to challenge you if you want to be in the best shape of your life! Go to @1stphorm and click the link on their bio! It’s FREE to sign up before Jan 22nd! Get a chance to win $10,000 or $ 5,000!!! You will also get FREE: ? Custom Diet plans ? Custom Training Plans ?? Custom Coaching Assignment ??‍♀️ Private Training Groups #mytransphormationstartstoday #iam1stphorm #legionofboom

A post shared by Michelle Madrigal (@mitch_madrigal) on

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