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The sweet connection between a mother and son

The sweet relationship of Regine Velasquez and son Nate is put front and center in their newest TV commercial. 

IT COULDN’T GET ANY SWEETER THAN THIS. The sweet connection between Regine Velasquez-Alcasid and her son Nate shines in their latest TV commercial for a fast food chain giant. 
Their second commercial together for Jollibee’s Jolly Spaghetti features the mother-and-son duo’s sweet moments as they spend quality time together.

“He’s very sweet,” Regine says of Nate. “He really is malambing ever since. He’s always spending time with me, and our favorite bonding moment is watching TV together. He loves that, and he always wants me to watch what he’s watching.”

Regine shares that they still spend a lot of time together even though Nate is already going to school. “When he doesn’t have school, we’ll just be in bed together,” she shares. “He’ll be tinkering with his iPad, then we’ll watch TV, then we’ll buy Jolly Spaghetti and eat.” 

This side of Regine and Nate is true to life. She shares that long before they did the commercial, they went to a Jollibee and did something like what they did in the ad. “We went to Jollibee, Nate ordered Jolly Spaghetti for us, we ate and took pictures,” she recounts. 

Regine and Nate bond over Jolly Spaghetti. 
“He loves Jolly Spaghetti. This is no joke,” says Regine. “On his first day of taping, he’s like, ‘I want to eat it!’ But he couldn’t yet. If he has a choice, he’ll eat it. He really loves it.”

Jolly Spaghetti Solo is available for dine-in, takeout, delivery, and drive-thru at Jollibee outlets nationwide for P50. A meal with a drink is priced at P55. The Jolly Spaghetti Family Pan (good for 4-5) is P200.

Topics: Regine Velasquez , Jollibee , Jolly Spaghetti
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