Rachel Ale­jan­dro shares life chang­ing de­ci­sion

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"Not to have kids." This was the an­swer of Rachel Ale­jan­dro on "Tonight With Boy Abunda" when asked by the show's host about the "last life-chang­ing de­ci­sion" she made.

On Wed­nes­day night, Ale­jan­dro ex­plained why de­cided not to have chil­dren.

“Peo­ple al­ways ask me ‘bakit?’ I know it’s weird and it’s not nor­mal and ev­ery­day and I ask my­self am I go­ing to re­gret this. But it's a choice I’ve made. And I guess it would be 'the most lifechang­ing choice.' But thank­fully may mga pa­mangkin ako who are grow­ing up, who want to be singers like me. So feel­ing ko parang sila na rin 'yung mga anak ko,” Ale­jan­dro said.

Ale­jan­dro stressed that she dis­cussed her de­ci­sion not to have kids with her hus­band.

Ale­jan­dro is now busy pro­mot­ing the movie "Ang Larawan," which is based on the play "A Por­trait of the Artist as Filipino" by Na­tional Artist for Lit­er­a­ture Nick Joaquin, and fea­tures mu­sic from Ryan Cayabyab and lyrics from Rolando Tinio.

It also stars Joanna Ampil, Paulo Avelino, Robert Arevalo, Nonie Buen­camino, Menchu Laucheng­coYulo, among oth­ers.

It will open in the­aters on Christ­mas Day, De­cem­ber 25 as part of this year's Metro Manila Film Fes­ti­val.

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