Beauty Gonzalez, on September 9, admitted she challenged herself to prove to her fans that she could be successful both as a wife and an actress.
Gonzalez, 31, had her daughter Olivia in 2015—at the height of her career. She also tied the knot with Norman Crisologo in 2017.
“So noong pagka-buntis ko, naging challenge ko talaga na I want to prove to everyone na even if you’re happily married, and if you have a kid, I can still go back and have a good career,” said the actress during the launch of her latest endorsement for Beautederm at the Luxent Hotel in Quezon City.
Although now a mother and a wife, Gonzalez still managed to be successful as an actress. She landed high-rating shows, including ABS-CBN’s Kadenang Ginto, GMA Network’s Stories from the Heart: Loving Miss Bridgette, I Can See You: AlterNate, and The Fake Life.
Furthermore, she will star in an upcoming Kapuso series Mano Po Legacy: The Flower Sisters. The actress will also top-bill two movies, After All and In My Mother’s Skin.
“Thank God, I think I have proven to everyone na— I mean, ito, I’m here, still doing what I love, and I’m happily married, and I have a beautiful daughter waiting for me at home. So it was a challenge to prove to everyone na I can still balance my life pa rin,” expressed Gonzalez.
In the meantime, the actress is the latest celebrity endorser for BeautéHaus, one of the most trusted dermatological centers in Angeles City Pampanga.