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Kris Aquino still fun to talk to despite illnesses, says writer friend

/ 06:05 PM August 29, 2022
Kris Aquino

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Kris Aquino’s friend, writer-editor Dindo Balares, assured the public that the Queen of All Media is in good spirits despite being diagnosed with additional autoimmune diseases recently.

Balares addressed the numerous messages he has been receiving from people asking about Aquino’s condition, via his Facebook page yesterday, Aug. 28. Balares stated that he still has communication with Aquino and that they recently talked with each other through online messaging.


“Huwag po masyadong mag-alala ang mga nagmamahal kay Kris, masarap at masaya pa rin siyang kausap,” he said. “Sa katunayan, ang isa sa messages niya, ‘Kuya Dindo antok na ko pero SUPER comedy talaga kami ni Ate!'”

(Do not worry too much about Kris, she is still fun and cheerful to talk to. As a matter of fact, one of the messages she sent me was, “Kuya Dindo, I am so sleepy but sister and I are super comedy.”)


Kris was referring to her elder sister Ballsy, who earlier gave an update on Kris’ health and disclosed that her medical team are still in search of the “correct treatment” for the actress.

“Let’s continue praying na gumaling na si Krisy,” Balares added. “Maraming-maraming salamat po sa pagmamahal.” (Let us continue praying for Kris to be healed. Thank you so much for the love.)

Kris, who is currently in the United States with her children Josh and Bimby, last gave the public an update on her condition in June when the three of them tested positive for COVID-19. JB


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