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Heart Evangelista airs sentiments about being frequently asked pregnancy questions

Heart said the issue does not really get on her nerves but she stressed that people should stop asking questions that are too personal.

  • Heart Evangelista reacted to being frequently asked about getting pregnant
  • Heart considered this matter as too personal
  • Anne Curtis also experienced the same situation

Kapuso actress Heart Evangelista aired her sentiments about people who keep asking when she will get pregnant again.

Heart has been married to Senator Francis “Chiz” Escudero since 2015. Chiz already has two children, fraternal twins, from his first wife Christine Elizabeth Flores.


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In May 2018, Evangelista announced that she and Escudero were expecting their first child together. In the same month, however, one of the twins miscarried. In June 2018, Evangelista announced that she suffered yet another miscarriage, losing the last of her twins.

Heart said the issue does not really get on her nerves but she stressed that people should stop asking questions that are too personal.

“Hindi naman sa naiinis but parang I think we have to stop being at each other’s backs or down our throats all the time about something so personal.

“Like, for example, me, right after I lost… you know… what happened to me.

“Parang, people think it’s like bumili ka lang ng bag. ‘So when are you gonna buy another bag?’ Di ba?”

The actress added that we should be kind to everyone since we all have struggles in life.

“We all have our personal reasons, so I guess we should be a little bit kinder to each other. We’re all going through something,” Heart stated.

Similarly, It’s Showtime co-host Anne Curtis is also frequently asked about her baby plans with her husband for almost two years, Erwan Heussaff.

Anne has said she is ready to have a baby, but not just yet because she still wants to do more films. But in her recent interview on Monday, September 30, Anne pleaded with the press to stop asking questions about pregnancy plans with respect to a woman’s feelings.

“I think I should take this opportunity [to say] that the press should stop asking that to any woman because you don’t know what they’re going through,” she began.

“For me, it will happen in God’s time, and I think at any time I’m ready for it,” Curtis said. “But I’m speaking for every woman. You don’t know what they’re going through,” Anne said during the press conference of the It’s Showtime‘s 10th anniversary celebration.

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