MANILA, Philippines – After Korina Sanchez happily announced the birth of her twins by surrogacy last week, the veteran broadcaster has started stocking up on breast milk for her bundles of joy.
In an Instagram post on Tuesday, Sanchez featured a milk bank located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
“The Three Rivers Mothers Milk Bank is where I finally got my twins’ breastmilk. Such a heartwarming operation they have here. Mothers with more than enough breastmilk pump and store and call out for pickup as a donation,” Sanchez wrote in the caption.
“They help hospitals and nurseries. And moms like me who don’t have the milk but want to give the best to her kids,” she added.
In a separate post, she shared a photo of herself in front of the milk bank captioned: “And off I go with my week’s stash of mother’s breast milk for my twins.”
“Pepe and Pilar are on a growth spurt. They are chugging down so much milk in a day, takaw! But pedia says these are all good signs. They are actually growing by the day!” Sanchez said.
Sanchez announced last Thursday, Feb. 21, the birth of her twins with husband, senatorial candidate Mar Roxas.
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In a previous report by ABS-CBN, the couple confirmed that the babies were “born by surrogacy from our embryos.” / gsg