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Julia Montes hinting about her showbiz comeback?

Julia Montes posted an update on her Instagram amid pregnancy rumors

  • Julia Montes posted an update on her Instagram amid pregnancy rumors
  • The actress allegedly gave birth to her child with Coco Martin
  • She went on a hiatus on social media and showbiz after the rumors began

Kapamilya actress Julia Montes has been on a showbiz hiatus for almost a year now. In her absence, there have been rumors claiming that Julia allegedly gave birth to her baby with her rumored lover Coco Martin last March.

Though there have been no confirmations, many believed that this was true.

To explain his silence on the issue, Coco was allegedly not allowed to admit the rumors for the protection of his career.

Most of Julia’s fans assumed that the actress is hinting about her TV comeback with her recent updates on social media.

Her last Instagram post on September 6, Friday, elicited attention from the netizens.

She captioned on her promo post for a salon: “Pamper time? Need a boost for your hair?”

She also thanked a cake company for her mom’s birthday. “Thank you @cakescookiescompany for my Mom’s cake… Happy sya sa simple gathering for her 50th birthday…”

Many netizens expressed their yearning for the actress in the comment section but she did not reply.

Julia was last seen on TV in the 2018 drama Asintado alongside Lorna Tolentino, Paulo Avelino, Shaina Magdayao, Agot Isidro, Cherry Pie Picache, and Aljur Abrenica.

She began acting as a child on television by playing guest roles and starring in Goin’ Bulilit. She gained widespread recognition with her first significant role as the mean and spoiled Clara del Valle in the remake of Mara Clara (2010–11) with Kathryn Bernardo as Mara. She then made her film debut in the family drama Way Back Home (2011).

Her other well-known series also include Walang Hanggan (2012), Muling Buksan Ang Puso (2013), and Doble Kara (2015–17).





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