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Enrique Gil put work on hold to be with Liza Soberano in US for more than a month

/ 01:39 PM July 24, 2019

Liza Soberano expressed her gratitude to boyfriend Enrique Gil for sacrificing work to keep her company in the United States.

The actress had to stay in the US for three months to treat a finger injury. She told her manager Ogie Diaz in his video on Monday, July 22, that Gil came to visit along with his sister Andie and that he stayed with her for more than a month. She said Gil talked to his handler to move his work projects so he could be with her.


“Sobrang grateful ako kasi it gets really lonely being there ‘pag wala kang kasama na kasama mo din dito sa Philippines (I am so grateful because it gets really lonely there when you are not with the same people that you’re with in the Philippines),” she said. 

She admitted to feeling homesick and was happy to have “playmates” in the Gil siblings, with whom she played video games and board games. Soberano was also able to take in the sights of California with them and her family.


Now that she’s back, she and Gil, fondly known to fans as LizQuen, will soon work on a teleserye, which she says is a romantic comedy. She said that they are taking language lessons for it.

Even if they were able to spend time abroad, Gil made sure she had a grand homecoming. Soberano arrived home on Monday to a surprise that Gil helped organize.  /ra


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