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Kristine Hermosa Hopes To Have Another Baby GirlThe 35-year-old actress is willing to go through pregnancy and childbirth again for her only daughter.by Rachel Perez .
Having a number of kids may be a huge challenge for a lot of moms, but mom of four Kristine Hermosa is open to getting pregnant again.
"We want to have another daughter," the actress and mom to Kiel, 10, Ondrea, 6, Kaleb, 3, and Vin, 1, told Pep.ph. "Gusto [ni Ondrea] kasi talaga ng sister. If not for her, okay na ako," she explained.
Kristine shared that their only girl would often tell her and husband Oyo Sotto, "All boys na lang, they are so gulo." That's why they're open to having another one. "If it’s God’s will, sana girl nga," she added.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOWCONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
But with four kids, Kristine already has her hands full. Each of her kids continuously needs her attention and love, so it's essential for her to set aside time for herself. "Kailangan. You have to find time for yourself din talaga," the 35-year-old actress shared. Kristine and Oyo also make sure to set aside couple time.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Good thing it doesn't take a lot for the actress to relax and recharge. "Normally, nails spa lang. Low maintenance ako," she said. It also helps that their kids have been instilled discipline early on. Kristine also adds that her kids all have "very pleasing personalities."ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOWADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Oyo and Kristine are hands-on parents even if they have help at home. In a way, they have four sets of extra hands, too, with their kids doing chores and helping to care for their siblings.
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