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Arnel Cowley still coping with ‘pain’ over loss of wife Isabel Granada

By: - Entertainment Correspondent
/ 04:23 PM November 17, 2017

Arnel Cowley and Isabel Granada  (Image:Inquirer/@arnel1973)

Late actress Isabel Granada’s husband, Arnel Cowley, continues to feel “pain” over the loss of his wife, who died on Nov. 4, relishing the memories she left behind.

Cowley constantly posts photos of him with his wife. In one post, he says he was the cancer patient being taken care of by Granada.


“Because of you and your love I managed to survive. It’s painful for me that you are now gone and how I really do wish that it should have been me,” he said.

In another post, pain is very apparent: “Putting on a brave face is the hardest thing to do. Everyday I cry longing for you. I love you so much.”

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Putting on a brave face is the hardest thing to do. Everyday I cry longing for you. I love you so much @isabelgranada21 my baby 😭💔

A post shared by Arnel Cowley (@arnel1973) on

Granada was one of the most beautiful actresses in local show biz. She was laid on a bed of roses and her casket was filled with flowers. Even in her death, she was tagged as the “sleeping beauty.” Her remains were cremated on Nov. 12.

The singer-actress collapsed while doing a meet-and-greet event in Qatar. She was in coma for more a than week before succumbing to aneurysm . She was 41. /ra


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