Kris Aquino announced she will move to the province soon and live in a beachfront house as a birthday gift for herself.
“Birthday gift ko po sa sarili ko ang paglipat sa isang beachfront house na inupahan na namin for the next six months. Yes, you heard me correctly, sa probinsiya na muna po kami titira. Lalayo muna kami sa NCR (National Capital Region),” she said in a recent post on Instagram.
[Translation: Moving to a beachfront house that we rented for six months is my birthday gift to myself. Yes, you heard me correctly, we will live in the province for the meantime. We will get away from NCR.]
Aquino, who will be celebrating her 50th birthday of Feb. 14, also said her autoimmune conditions prompted her to take more care of herself by getting away from city living. She noted that she needs to consider her health for the sake of her two sons.
“Pinili ko pong lumayo muna sa city living dahil habang may pandemic, kailangan mas lalo ko pang pag-ingatan ang kalusugan ko because as you saw in this video, I am the only parent of the 13-year-old beside me,” she said.
[Translation: I chose to get away from city living in the midst of the pandemic, because I need to take care of my health. As you can see in this video, I am the only parent of the 13-year-old beside me.]
“Kuya Josh and Bimb will always remain the greatest priorities of my life, but I can only give them my love and their much-needed sense of security if I do everything I can to protect my health. Especially because we all know my immunity is compromised because of my autoimmune conditions,” the television personality added.
Aquino said they are currently residing in a serviced residence in Bonifacio Global City in Taguig City. However, she did not specifically mention where they will move.
The ‘Queen of All Media’ added she will just return to Tarlac every six weeks to visit her eldest son, Josh, whom she said already found “true happiness” in the province.
Josh is Aquino’s son with actor Philip Salvador, and Bimby, with basketball player James Yap. — via Albert Rovic Tan