Kris Aquino Reveals Why She Decided To Leave NCR and Stay In “Probinsya”

Here’s why Kris Aquino will leave her life in the city for a while.

KRIS AQUINO – Former host and actress Kris Aquino decided to leave the city for a time and here’s the reason why she will do this.

Province life has definitely made a great impact to Kris Aquino’s life since she got stranded in a resort during the pandemic. It has brought her good effects considering her medical condition. And seeking her life way back with the beach and nature, she decided to leave the city.

Mentioning the word city, what we can immediately associate to it are traffic, noise pollution, and among other things. However, despite the downside of living in a city, it has all the shops and other amenities within the reach of our hands.

Meanwhile, what one can get in living the province is peace. Aside from that, one can also get fresh air and a very simple living. And these are exactly what Kris needs. In her recent video, she shared that she had already rented a beach house front where she and her son Bimby will be staying for six months.

Accordingly, her eldest, Josh, has found a home in Tarlac which made her divide her time for herself and her two sons. She said, “Babalik lamang ako sa Central Luzon every 6 weeks para ma-check si kuya Josh na nahanap na ang true happiness niya sa Tarlac. At present, we no longer reside in Greenmeadows—in the house you saw in many of my webisodes.”

She shared that she’s living in a serviced residence in Bonifacio Global City for the last seven months. And what made her decide to live away from the city is the pandemic and the thought of having to take care of her health more. She even furthered that she’s the only parent her 13-year-old has.


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1 thought on “Kris Aquino Reveals Why She Decided To Leave NCR and Stay In “Probinsya””

  1. I believe it is safer in the hacienda. Far from the troubles that may arise in the “ciudad”. But at the end of the day, no place is ever safe. The rich have been talking of moving to the provinces. A pattern there I can’t help but notice. Major decisions that will move all of their being to another place. Do we have bunkers for sale here? So curious!


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