Veteran actress Dawn Zulueta is again getting attention from Filipino televiewers as she flaunts her prowess in acting in the hit Kapamilya primetime series “FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano.”
Portraying the role of Marissa Hidalgo, Dawn Zulueta is highly regarded in the show as the First Lady of President Oscar Hidalgo, the character played by actor Rowell Santiago. She is also well-loved by fans of the show as she is the sweet and loving mother of her onscreen children Yohan (Francis Magundayao), Mary Grace (Heart Ramos), and Aubrey whose character is being portrayed by the newest inked Kapamilya artist, Ryza Cenon.
Unbeknowst to many, the renowned actress is also supportive wife to her politician husband, Congressman Antonio Lagdameo of Davao del Norte and a loving mother to their children, Jacobo Antonio,12, and Ayisha Madlen, 8.
Check out their family pictures below:
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In an interview with Smart Parenting, the 48-year-old actress shared how she and her husband bond with their kids. She was quoted saying,
“As parents, my husband and I try to [instill] discipline. Yet at the same time, [we make it a] life na it’s fun pa rin, it’s fun to grow together, di ba?”
Despite both having a busy and hectic schedule, the couple remain very hands-on in supervising their children. Dawn Zulueta said:
“I think most importantly for us, it’s making time for the family, kasi more than money — buying them whatever they want [like] toys — it’s time spent together that will remain, that will become the most lasting memories for our children.”
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Browsing Dawn’s Instagram account, it looks like their family is the portrayal of a certified #familygoal.
Dawn Zulueta added:
“We always try to create memories for our kids in every way that we can. It doesn’t always have to be going out of town. Sometimes, it’s just spending time at a home. Even a simple game of Monopoly, I am able to teach my daughter how to add and subtract, [and] the same time, some kind of business sense, so we have fun when we play together.”
The hands-on mom admitted that she is a disciplinarian parent. She explained that since their children are already growing up, she is now starting to set boundaries.
She then clarified:
“Pero the way I discipline, di talaga ako namamalo. That’s not ever been part of our disciplinary actions: [it’s] always ‘Sit in the corner,’ ‘Face the wall for five minutes and think about what you did.’”