Having a lolo and lola almost feels like you have another set of parents, except they are less stern and are wiser, imparting valuable lessons to their grandchildren.
GMA News Online spoke with these three Kapuso stars who are close to their lolos and lolas and asked them to share the lessons they learned and the memorable moments they had with their grandparents.
Pambansang Bae Alden Richards grew up close to his lola Erlinda Peralta.
On lessons learned: Strong faith in God and managing money
Being wise in handling money and being God-fearing are some of the important things I learned from my lola that I would definitely pass on to my children.
On his most memorable moment: Living with them for a year changed him for the better
I remember the time when I lived with my lola for a year. During those times that we’re together, she taught me lessons I could follow in order to become a better person. Then after I went back to my province in Laguna, I suddenly felt like I was a better person.
On being a lola's boy: Extra guidance and support
I feel really happy to be a lola’s apo because aside from my father who supports me in every step of the way, I get extra guidance and support from my lola who I know is always cheering for me.
On his message to his lola
Hi, lola! Palakas ka and always take good care of yourself so that you can continue to witness my journey in showbiz, dahil alam ko mula noon hanggang ngayon, ikaw ang number one fan ko.
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