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Bea Alonzo breaks online silence, posts about feeling ‘loved’

By: - Reporter
/ 03:15 AM August 21, 2019

MANILA, Philippines — Actress Bea Alonzo has broken her silence on social media with a positive message on feeling “loved,” a month after her cryptic post hinting at betrayal.

On Tuesday, Alonzo shared a throwback photo of herself with her mother.

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“In the midst of my home renovation, I was going through old photos to choose what to put on our family wall when I saw this picture,” Alonzo said.

“I think I was one year old when this picture was taken. My mom carrying me and I had the biggest smile as I was enjoying my chocolate given to me by my Lola. Simple lang ang buhay,” she continued. “I was not born with a silver spoon in my mouth but I was raised knowing that I am loved. Knowing this warms my heart. I hope you could see how big my smile is right now while reminiscing my childhood.”

Alonzo also added the hashtag “#OneDayAtATime,” the same phrase she wrote in her Instagram profile description after her breakup with actor Gerald Anderson.

READ: Bea Alonzo amid breakup storm: One day at a time

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Alonzo’s post about feeling loved also marked her first social media posting since actress Julia Barretto accused her of “bullying,” which she has yet to directly address.

READ: Julia Barretto to Bea Alonzo: ‘You have charged everybody to destroy me FOR YOU’

Anderson, meanwhile, denied a third party was the reason behind their separation

Barretto echoed Anderson’s statement saying “their issues are entirely their own.”

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