If her sons ask her to move back to PH, Jackie Forster says she would | Inquirer Entertainment

If her sons ask her to move back to PH, Jackie Forster says she would

By: - Entertainment Correspondent
/ 04:49 PM August 03, 2018

Former actress Jackie Forster has long been based abroad and has only been coming home to the Philippines from time to time.

However, if her children Andre and Kobe Paras would want her to stay permanently in the Philippines, she would gladly do so.


“Well, if asked to move back by my children, di’ ba as a parent you would say if you could move heavens for your children you would do it and I would,” she said in her August 2 guesting on Kapuso talk show “Mars” hosted by Camille Prats and Suzie Entrata-Abrera.

If ever she had to stay in the Philippines, Jackie thinks this would not be a problem for her other children as she believes that everything can be sorted out.


“Madali na yun kasi ako naniniwala talaga ako na kapag ang Diyos ang kumilos, walang makakapagpigil, may paraan naman talaga,” she said.

She had also earlier mentioned that given the opportunity, she wants to travel the world with her sons.


However, her sons’ hectic schedules always get in the way. “Inoffer ko na yan kay Kobe in the beginning, and Andre but too busy, si Kobe laging may practice or may game.” she said.

She has been estranged from her former husband Benjie Paras and their children since 2005 but has reconciled with them this year.

In interviews, she always became emotional whenever she speaks about how her family reunited.   /vvp

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