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Kathryn Bernardo shares progress of her dream house

by Athena Yap

MILLENNIAL Teleserye Queen Kathryn Bernardo just couldn’t contain her excitement as she shared a glimpse of her dream house once again.

In an Instagram post on Monday, January 9, the 26-year-old actress updated her followers about the progress of her dream house by sharing a series of snaps that showed it was nearing completion.

Final push!,” she wrote in her caption.

Her mommy Min, niece Lhexine and even their cute fur babies were there to check the site with her.

Kathryn’s friends from the showbiz showed support in the comments section by giving her good wishes.

Joross Gamboa, Thou Reyes and Maymay Entrat were among those who posted hearts in the comments section to express their support for their friend’s achievement.

In the same week a year ago, the award-winning actress also posted the progress of her dream house.

Site visit Jan ’22,” she wrote in the caption.

Three years ago, the actress also shared a photo of the groundbreaking for her new house. 

According to her, it took three years of planning before she made it happen.

She added that this would be their first-ever house to be built from scratch and it has been designed to maximize the scenery as the location is on a hill.

Bernardo started her career in acting when she was 7 years old. She appeared as the young Cielo in the TV series “It Might Be You,” which aired in 2003. This was followed by her role as “Maya” in Super Inggo which aired in 2006.

She was also among the cute kiddos in Goin’ Bulilit, which ran from 2005 to 2019.

Her fame grew when she starred in the Mara Clara remake and when her love team with Daniel Padilla took off in the TV series Got to Believe. 

Kathryn’s last appearance on screen was in Netflix Philippines’ “2 Good 2 Be True” which ended its run last November.

Banner courtesy of Instagram: @bernardokath

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