Angelica Panganiban reunites with fiancé, daughter Amila Sabine after bout with COVID-19
Angelica Panganiban has recovered from COVID-19 and finally got to be with her fiancé Gregg Homan and their daughter Amila Sabine after days in isolation.
The actress went on what appears to be a yacht date in Zambales with her family, as seen on Panganiban’s Instagram page last Sunday, Jan. 15.
“Living our best lives,” she captioned her post.
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She then earned admiration from fellow celebrities including Bea Alonzo and KC Concepcion, who expressed joy over Panganiban’s bond with her family.
“Happiness looks good on you,” Alonzo told Panganiban.
“I’m so happy for you,” Concepcion wrote.
Panganiban also gave a glimpse of her recent activities including her yoga session with Homan and her breastfeeding time with Amila, through her Instagram Stories.
Panganiban gave birth to Amila last Sept. 20, then revealed the child’s face to the public in October. The couple made their engagement public in the same month and disclosed that Homan popped the question when Panganiban was four months into her pregnancy.
Panganiban gave fans a health update last Jan. 12, saying she had isolated away from Homan and Amila after the actress contracted COVID-19. /ra
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