Angelica Panganiban gets sentimental while touring fiancé Gregg Homan, baby girl around ABS-CBN
Angelica Panganiban couldn’t help but feel nostalgic as she toured her partner, Gregg Homan, and daughter Amila Sabine around ABS-CBN’s headquarters in Quezon City.
Panganiban admitted that she got emotional when she brought her family to ABS-CBN, which she described as her home for “30 years,” as seen on her Instagram account last Sunday, April 30.
During their visit, the actress was spotted showing her official portrait with the network and even introduced them to ABS-CBN’s head of TV production Laurenti Dyogi and ABS-CBN’s chief operating officer for broadcast Cory Vidanes.
“Last week, I gave my family a tour. Inikot ko sila sa aking tahanan for 30 years. Nakabisita rin kami kay tita cory at ninong @direklauren,” she said in the caption. (Last week, I gave my family a tour. I showed them around my home for 30 years. We finally visited Tita Cory Vidanes and Ninong Laurenti Dyogi as well.)
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Panganiban also expressed her gratitude to the network for allowing her to take time off the limelight to focus on her family for the meantime.
“Naging emotional ako ng konti. Namiss ko ang tahanan ko. Namiss ko ang mga kapamilya ko. Pero malaking pasasalamat at hinahayaan muna nila ko mag enjoy sa pagiging nanay ko ngayon,” she said.
(I became a bit emotional. I missed my home. I missed my family. But I’m very grateful that they allowed me to enjoy motherhood for now.)
Fellow celebrities Iza Calzado and Angeline Quinto, stylist Liz Uy, and celebrity hairstylist John Valle showed their support for the celebrity mom and her family in the comments.
Panganiban started her career as a child actress in the 1990s, where she gained widespread popularity after starring as Becky in the 1995 film “Sarah… Ang Munting Prinsesa.” She eventually transitioned to teen and mature roles as she progressed in the showbiz industry.
The actress welcomed her daughter in September 2022, and announced her engagement to Homan a month later. EDV