Ellen Adarna mas piniling maging hands-on mommy kesa bumalik sa showbiz
MAS gustong maging hands on mommy ni Ellen Adarna sa anak nila ni John Lloyd Cruz kesa magbalik-showbiz.
Ayon sa dating sexy star, nais niyang makasama ang anak na si Elias Modesto habang lumalaki ito. Turning 2 years old na ang bagets sa darating na June.
Sa panayam ng FM radio station na RX93.1 kay Ellen sa pamamagitan ng Facebook Live kahapon, dinenay nitong may plano na siyang bumalik sa pag-aartista after ng COVID-19 crisis.
“In showbiz? No. No. I don’t wanna say, like, forever, right. But, definitely, not in the next seven years,” pahayag ng ex ni John Lloyd.
“I want to be with my son in his formative years, which is the first seven years. I’m a very hands-on mom. People are not expecting (to be a hands on mom). I know they think I’m just in the club, drinking, and they’re thinking, ‘This party girl is still the same,’” sey pa ni Ellen.
Sinabi naman ng dating aktres na kahit wala siya sa showbiz ay mas magiging active siya ngayon sa Instagram.
Nang matanong naman si Ellen kung ano ang daily routine niya ngayong panahon ng krisis, “I wake up at 4:30 or 5 (a.m.). I meditate for 30 minutes, and then I go back to him (Elias), and then wait until he wakes up.
“This is the quarantine life, ha. I go back to him and wait for him to wake up, and then breakfast, and then play outside or swims.
“And then, while he is swimming or playing outside, I work out. That’s my me time. And then at around 11 (a.m.), I put him to sleep until 2 (p.m.), more or less.
“That’s when I have my me time again. And then afternoon, we play, and then dinner. When he’s playing, another ‘me time,’ and then dinner. And then I put him to sleep around 7 or 8 (p.m.),” kuwento pa ni Ellen.
Natapos na ang self-quarantine ni Ellen matapos magbakasyon nang ilang araw sa Bali, Indonesia kung saan sumailalim siya sa mental health retreat.
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