Kris Aquino, kids prepare to go abroad for treatment

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  • On the eve of her birthday, Queen of All Media Kris Aquino revealed plans to go abroad with her kids for four months.

    But her journey abroad will all depend on her blood checkup to determine if she has the stamina for the long haul journey. She said that they will go abroad for medication of her autoimmune diseases.

    “Yes I do have repeat blood tests early tomorrow to determine kung kakayanin ko yung long haul journey. And yes easily, mga four months kaming abroad because maraming complications na yung illness ko, pero kasama si Kuya Josh and Bimb so complete kami,” read a part of her Instagram card.

    Kris, who turned 51 on Valentine’s Day, also asked for prayers on her birthday.

    “My true birthday wish? Please pray for someone both Noy and I love so dearly. Because I want to protect the person’s privacy and hirap magbigay ng detalye,” she added.

    “Best birthday gift ever unahin nyo ang dasal para sa kanya then later na ko.

    Thank you because my heart is sure pagbibigyan nyo yung hiningi kong birthday gift from you,” she said. (R. Requintina, mb.com)

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