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LOOK: Julia Barretto shows off progress in new home’s construction

/ 04:23 PM December 09, 2018

Julia Barretto will be in her new home soon as she showed how far construction has come along.

Image: Instagram/@juliabarretto

The “Ngayon at Kailanman” actress shared pictures of herself standing on the concrete stairs of her home in an Instagram post yesterday, Dec. 8.

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It appears there will be more than two floors as two flights of winding stairs can be seen in the pictures.

“Almost there,” the 21-year-old captioned the photos.

Fellow celebs like Loisa Andalio and IC Mendoza congratulated Barretto on the milestone.

Meanwhile, actor Marco Gumabao joked that he and Patrick Sugui would have their own rooms. “Bro, lapit na yung rooms natin (Our rooms are almost done) @patsugui,” he commented. Barretto simply replied with an emoji laughing with tears.

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Image: Screengrab via Instagram/@juliabarretto

The actress first announced that her own home was being constructed in October 2017. Last May, she snapped a picture on the first floor of her “almost finished home.”

She currently lives with her mom Marjorie and her siblings. She said in a November 2017 interview with the Philippine Entertainment Portal that her house is so close to her family home that she will likely still eat there every day. JB

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