Hiram na Anak April 9, 2019

Hiram na Anak April 9, 2019
Hiram na Anak April 9, 2019 Hiram na Anak (International title: Borrowed Embrace / transl. Borrowed Child) is a 2019 Philippine television drama family series broadcast by GMA Network. Directed by Gil Tejada Jr., it stars Yasmien Kurdi, Dion Ignacio and Leanne Bautista in the title role. It premiered on February 25, 2019 on the network’s noontime line up replacing Don’t Dare to Dream. The lives of married couple, Miren and Adrian are having difficulties conceiving a child. They decide to adopt Duday, who will change their lives. The biological father of Duday, Benjo will try to take his child back from Miren and Adrian. The couple will fight for their right to their adoptive child.

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