Carlo Aquino explains why he visited Angelica Panganiban with his parents

/ 02:29 PM September 21, 2018
Carlo Aquino, Angelica Panganiban

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Carlo Aquino explained that his visit to Angelica Panganiban’s home with his parents was purely coincidental.

The actor said his parents just happened to pick him up from the airport after his trip to Thailand. They then took a side trip to Panganiban’s home to pick up his cat Sinta since the actress took care of the pet in Aquino’s absence, reports Push.


Carlo Aquino, Sinta

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Aquino also said his parents wanted to see Panganiban’s home since they hadn’t been there before. Everything worked out in the end since the “Exes Baggage” star said he had been meaning to visit Panganiban’s mother as well, but had been unable to due to circumstances.

“Kuwentuhan lang tapos pinakita lang ni Angge kung gaano kalaki ang bahay nya. Siyempre masaya kasi hindi ko pa nga nadadalaw si Tita Annabelle (mommy ng aktres), balak ko rin gawin yun antagal ko na siya hindi napupuntahan,” said Aquino.


(We just exchanged stories and then Angge gave a quick tour of their house. I was also happy because I got to see Tita Annabelle [Panganiban’s mother]. whom I’d been meaning to visit since I hadn’t seen her for a long time.)

Aquino and Panganiban reunited for a new film project under director Dan Villegas titled “Exes Baggage.” The movie will open in theaters on Sept. 26.  Alfred Bayle /ra


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