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LOOK: Angel Locsin prepares thanksgiving dinner after her family’s quarantine

See the setup of the thanksgiving dinner that Angel Locsin prepared for her family.

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10/06/2021 03:02 PM
LOOK: Angel Locsin prepares thanksgiving dinner after her family’s quarantine
Photo Credit: @therealangellocsin Instagram

Angel Locsin prepared a thanksgiving dinner for her family following a challenging month last September when members of her family contracted COVID-19. 

On Tuesday, October 5, the actress shared snapshots on Instagram of the said dinner that she set up. 

"Did a little extra for my family’s after-quarantine thanksgiving dinner," she shared.


The setup was filled with orange fruits and with an illuminated sign saying "Better Together." 

According to Angel, the theme of the dinner was "Vitamin C."

 

 

"Grateful for everyone and everything in my life today  One day this pandemic will be over," she said.

Netizens were quick to admire the setup that Angel prepared for her family.

"Ang Ganda ng set-up!   'Better Together.' God bless you all!" one netizen commented.

"Napaka simple pero super amazing ng pa lights niya ate!" another netizen said.

"Glad everyone is safe now, especially Daddy   Ganda ng set-up," another netizen said.

 

 

It can be recalled that last September, Angel revealed that her 94-year-old father,  Angelo Colmenares, tested positive for COVID-19.

“It’s been a week of feeling helpless. Imaging having [COVID-19] at 94. Now imagine being blind in unfamiliar surroundings,” she said in an Instagram post that was already taken down.

READ: Angel Locsin’s 94-year-old father tests positive for COVID-19

“So many realizations during this pandemic. We all have our battles, but some definitely more than others. To the PWDs and everyone fighting their battles alone, kapit! This too shall pass," she added the said post.

Angel revealed last month that 10 of her family members got COVID-19.