Kris Aquino opened up about selling her house in Greenmeadows in Quezon City as she revealed her plans to move to a “different city” in her tell-all interview released on social media on Sunday, March 21.
“Para further ma-clarify, binenta na po namin in Greenmeadows in Quezon City this December 2020,” Kris said.
According to Kris, she and her two sons Josh and Bimby will be staying in a condo while contemplating whether she would be buying a new condo, building a new house somewhere in the South, or creating a compound in Tarlac, her mother’s hometown.
“We are just waiting to sign the lease contract meaning mag-rerent kami ng condo in a different city. Shifting to Tarlac to vote was the ideal because I didn’t want to be impulsive with a major purchase,” she said.
“I wanted the time to decide kung bibili ba ng condo, magtatayo ba kami ng property sa South because we do have one in the South or will we create a small compound in Tarlac,” she added.
Kris, who previously bared her plans to move to a beach house for her health, said she already made a downpayment and was ready to stay on the island of Boracay, but her doctor did not allow her to go far away.
“For my health, we were actually ready. Nag-downpayment na ng malaki to lease this villa in Boracay. But ‘yung last blood panel ko, hindi ako pinayagan ng mga doctor ko to go far away. I needed to stay near them,” she stated.
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The Queen of All Media’s revelation about moving to a different city comes after she opened up about trying to reconnect with former Quezon City Mayor Herbert Bautista.
“Since I said I will be naming names, we recently discussed Herbert. Para no questions … Herbert Bautista. Because the two of us tried to reconnect. But as a mom, I knew I needed Bimb’s permission,” Kris said.
She went on: “To quote my son nu’ng pinag-uusapan namin, sinabi niya: ‘I can see Mama how you still look at him. You do not look at others the way you look at him. If he is your happiness, then he has my vote.’ Unfortunately, because elections are next year — dahil ginamit ko ‘yung vote, that word vote — it can be misinterpreted again. HB’s plans, his political plans, whatever plans he has — they are his own.”