Angel Locsin spotted sharing a meal she prepared herself with a family in Mauban Quezon Province!




Yesterday, photos of actress philanthropist Angel Locsin in Mauban, Quezon Province circulated online which to no surprise gained a lot of positive reactions from netizens.


According to the Sentinel Times, Quezon Province’s Weekly Newspaper, the actress was spotted helping the Maubanins and shooting some scenes for her show, “Iba Yan” which premiered last Sunday on the Kapamilya Channel.


On a series of photos shared on Facebook by a netizen named Jovelyn Gagan Sangcap, Angel can be seen sharing a meal she prepared herself with a family living near the coastal area in Mauban.


Amazed by the actress’ humility and kindness, on the caption she wrote:

“Napakadown to earth mo darna 😘 Sobrang nakakahiya na makipag usap sayo lalo na nung tinanong mo pangalan namin 😊 Pati future husband mo ang bait lalo narin po yung mga staff mo. Sana next time mahug naman kita with picture😍 At sana mainterview nyo rin kami 😊💗.”


Neil Arce, Angel’s fiancé and also the director of the show, was also in one of the photos.


Iba Yan airs on Kapamilya Channel every Sunday at 6:15 PM. Also available on iWant and TFC!



Source: PUSH

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