As kids whose parents are local showbiz royalty, we don't see enough of Andres and Atasha on our screens. That's because their parents '80s matinee idol, Aga Muhlach, and former beauty queen, Charlene Gonzalez, have made it a point to raise them away from the spotlight of showbiz.
The Pinoy public's interest in the Muhlach twins, however, has never waned. In fact, there are social media pages solely dedicated to posting photos of the twins. We understand the obsession: Andres and Atasha are darn cute kids. Oops, make those darn cute teens. Yes, they are now 16 years old, and they took everyone by surprise when their parents' Instagram showed how they've grown.
We feel old looking back at their photos through the years!
Atasha and Andres today—they're definitely not babies anymore!
Atasha is beauty-queen material like her mom.
Andres is now taller than his dad Aga. It is his funny way of announcing his growth spurt.
Last year, they looked grown-up but still had that tween vibe.
Clearly, they can goof around like their parents.
Here they are with their big brother, Iggy Muhlach (Aga's son with Janice de Belen).
In 2014, the family obliged and had a photo shoot with them for a daily newspaper.
That was also the year, Andres and Atasha first saw a movie starring their dad.
Charlene and Aga have regularly been exposing their kids to art and culture. (See Atasha's paintings here)
They're sporty, too. Andres plays basketball, while Atasha plays football. The family loves traveling to places, too.
Here's a photo of Andres and Atasha in 2013.
These were their younger years spent outside the limelight.
When they were younger, the family did shoots for a popular fast-food chain.
That's the only time their photos were seen in the press and they had a lot.
Look at them as babies! Oh, how time really flies!
Aga has said in previous interviews that he would allow the twins to enter showbiz only after finishing their education and if they do want to join the family business. Got your fingers crossed?
This story originally appeared on Smartparenting.com.ph.
* Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.