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Atasha Muhlach returns from the UK

Atasha Muhlach, the daughter of Aga Muhlach and Charlene Gonzalez, is back in the Philippines for the summer break.

Atasha Muhlach returns from the UK-Leah Bueno
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05/31/2022 06:32 PM
Atasha Muhlach returns from the UK
Photo credits: @itsmecharleneg on Instagram

Eight months after she set off for the UK for her sophomore year in college, Atasha Muhlach — the daughter of Charlene Gonzalez and Aga Muhlach — has returned to the Philippines for her summer break.

An elated Charlene shared the news with her followers on Instagram on Monday (May 30), as she posted a photo of herself with her 20-year-old daughter.

"Welcome back @atashamuhlach_ from the UK. I’m so happy you are back home for the summer. We missed you so much," wrote Charlene in her post.

"The fun begins. Will be seeing you soon as well Andres. Can’t wait."

Andres is the twin brother of Atasha, who is likewise pursuing his college studies abroad, particularly in Spain.

READ: Aga Muhlach and Charlene Gonzalez’s son Andres returns to Spain for college

In a previous interview, Atasha opened up about her decision to pursue college in the UK.

“I’ve always wanted to go to the UK and experience something new because every year, we usually go to the States for Christmas. But then I want to try a new different environment and just to be completely independent,” she said.

“Initially I spoke to my parents about it. They thought I wanted to go to the States because we always go there every year but afterwards, I said, ‘Let’s just try something new, something different.’ And the UK is a beautiful place. I’ve always wanted to go there because I’ve never been. They were very supportive.”

READ: Aga Muhlach, hindi naging mahirap ang adjustment sa pag-aral ng mga anak sa ibang bansa

On why she decided to take up a business course despite her love for the arts, Atasha said: "Usually I'm a very creative person. I like to do arts and all of this, and taking up business allows me to put a structure, in a sense, to my creativity."

"It's like utilizing what I love to do and putting it in a whole business aspect. It kind of just like inspires me and it makes me really excited,” she said.