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LOOK: Robredo’s eldest daughter Aika earns master’s degree from Harvard University

/ 07:25 PM May 23, 2018

Vice President Leni Robredo beamed with pride as her eldest daughter Aika earned her master’s degree from Harvard University.

The country’s second top official joined her 30-year-old daughter on her graduation rites at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. Aika was admitted to the Masters Degree Program of the top university back in April 2017.

READ: Robredo’s eldest daughter Aika admitted to Harvard, Oxford


Robredo and her daughter were “twinning” in their red outfits during the graduation rites. The Vice President posted their photos on her Facebook page today, May 23.

Aika is not the only one in her family who obtained her master’s degree from Harvard. Her father, the late interior secretary Jesse Robredo, was an Edward S. Mason fellow and got his Masters of Public Administration degree from the same institution.

The Vice President also previously shared that her youngest daughter Jillian passed the admissions exam of New York University and the University of the Philippines College Admissions Test (UPCAT). JB


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