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LOOK: ‘Loquacious’ Kris remembered in viral yearbook

/ 11:43 AM June 28, 2016

Even before she was hailed as the “Queen of All Media” in the showbiz industry, Kris Aquino’s ritzy, loquacious and “bonggacious” personality was already evident during her high school years at the Colegio de San Agustin Makati, based on how her classmates recalled her in their batch yearbook, which is making the rounds online.

The photo was uploaded by Twitter user Gabriel Andres on Saturday and was retweeted by CSA Makati alumni class of 2015 in its Twitter account on the same day.


The write-up, a compilation of comedic quotes presumably from her classmates, described Aquino as “Miss Showbiz,” “Future Demi Moore” and someone whose mouth “definitely needs a zipper.” Because of her flawless and ivory skin, many classmates described her as someone who could “win the next Eskinol Campus Girl” and with a complexion that “can glow in the dark.”

Even in her adolescent years, Kris made a posh fashion statement. Her classmates gossiped other “blind item” descriptions of her such as “takes a bath with her cologne,” “fashion conscious,” “will die without her hairspray and her brush,” “has a different watch every day” and “is a shopaholic,” which is not quite surprising for the talkative talk-show host we all know today.


After graduating from high school at CSA Makati, Aquino took up AB English Literature at the Ateneo de Manila University, where she graduated in 1992.  Gianna Francesca Catolico

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