Angelica Panganiban on having a family: ‘Hindi sa lahat binibigay yun’
While Angelica Panganiban wishes to have a family of her own in the future, she accepts that it is not for everyone.
Panganiban was candid about the thought of raising kids of her own when she was answering questions from her followers on Twitter last Tuesday, March 2.
One user (@yuRi_ka12) asked the actress about her love life, noting that most of the colleagues she grew up with in the showbiz industry already have families of their own.
Always :) gusto ko ng family. Kids. Pero hindi sa lahat binibigay yun. Okay naman ako. https://t.co/RYeagiZwqOFEATURED STORIESENTERTAINMENTENTERTAINMENT
— Angelica Panganiban (@angelica_114) March 2, 2020
“Pero I know happy ka and successful,” she added. “Just want to know if sumasagi sa isip mo [yun].”
(But I know you are happy and successful. Just want to know if it crosses your mind.)
Panganiban did not shy away from the question, saying the thought always crosses her mind and that she wants to have her own family.
“Pero hindi sa lahat binibigay yun,” the actress said. “Okay naman ako.”
(But it is not given to everyone. I am okay.)
The fan then thanked Panganiban for answering her question before mentioning that she has admired the actress since she appeared on the 1999 TV show “G-mik.” The Twitter user added that she was also a fan of Camille Prats, who was one of Panganiban’s fellow cast members at the time.
Thanks for answering 😘. I know naman how successful you are and you are blessed with successful career, loving friends and family! Happy ako na okay ka! Fan mo kaya ako since Bata kapa (actually kayo ni Camille Prats idol ko dati, GMIK days pa)! Love you 😘
— yuri angeles (@yuRi_ka12) March 2, 2020
Panganiban was last linked to her former boyfriend Carlo Aquino after they reunited in the 2018 film “Exes Baggage.” However, the two clarified that they were not on speaking terms late last year. /ra
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