Judy Ann Santos said she would prefer things to remain private for her and their family. According to the Bet On Your Baby host who’s also set to host another reality show for soon-to-wed couples called I Do, the very little privacy that she and her family enjoys as of the moment is very important for her.
Which is why when asked if ever she would be open for their family to be a subject of a reality show, she replied, “Hindi ko alam ah pero parang malabo pa ‘yan sa ngayon kasi we value the privacy that we have now and we’re really very thankful to everyone who’s really been very supporting and who’s very respectful sa decisions namin.”
While her and her husband Ryan Agoncillo’s lives are already public since they are part of the entertainment industry, their children Yohann and Lucho are a different matter. “Kagaya ng mga pagpapakita ng bahay sa mga magazines. Hindi lang kami ganon talaga kasi we protect naman the safety of the children, hindi mo na masasabi ang panahon ngayon di ba? It’s not that we’re being selfish it’s just that as much as we really want to share what’s inside our house we just can’t share it like that kasi andami ng masasamang loob ngayon na mapangahas gumawa ng krimen,” the highly-acclaimed actress explained.
She reasoned that while she hopes to give her fans a glimpse of her life beyond the camera, opening her entire house for the world is “parang nag-welcome ka na rin ng kung ano mang pwedeng mangyari sa bahay niyo kasi pinakita mo na ‘yung entrance at exit ng bahay mo, kung saan ka natutulog, kung saan ka naliligo.”
This, according to the 35-year-old actress, is something that she has been observing ever since she started in showbiz. Which parts of her home can she not show? “I would never show my room, I would never show my bathroom kasi those are private places for me. ‘Yun ‘yung moment ko doon ako nagre-relax, ayokong hanggang doon nakikita ng tao o ini-imagine ng tao kung paano ako mag-relax. May ganon lang kami,” she related.