After her son's election victory, a missing Picasso painting was discovered at the former Philippines first lady's home.

Imelda Marcos, the widow of former Philippines dictator Ferdinand Marcos, recently discovered a missing Pablo Picasso painting at her house . The apparent long-lost masterpiece by Picasso is also seen hanging on a wall behind them .

Imelda Marcos, the Philippines' former first lady, recently discovered a missing Pablo Picasso painting at her house as she commemorated her son's presidential victory.The glimpse of Picassos Femme Couche VI (Reclining Woman VI), or a replica, was shown by the local station in a news segment after Ferdinand Bongbong Marcos Jr. became the country's next president in a landslide victory, according to Imelda Marcos, the widow of former Philippines dictator Ferdinand Marcos.In the clip, the apparent long-lost masterpiece by Picasso is also seen hanging on a wall behind them.However, it is still unknown if the Picasso was authentic, according to Ruben Carranza, a former commissioner of the country's Presidential Commission on Good Governance (PCGG), which was established to investigate and recover the Marcos family's ill-gotten wealth.

According to Mr Bautista, the former Filipino prime minister depicted the painting alongside other unique antiquities and artworks in her collection in the documentary.Now, the shocking appearance of the painting has heightened worries that the family will use its now-increased power to valiantly push attempts to restore the family's ill-gotten wealth.It is to be noted that During Ferdinand Marcos' reign, the dictator made shocking human rights abuses, including the detention, torture, and murder of his opponent, as well as using his power to take up to $10 billion in ill-gotten wealth.In another instance, WorldMarcos Jr. has either minimized or denied the abuse that occurred in the country under his father's rule.Now that he is president, he will have the power to select the PCGG's commissioners, giving him considerable influence over the body that was established to rescue the family's money.