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#FamilyFirst | Loisa Andalio’s gift for her one big happy family

Krista Baldono October 02, 2019 12:10 PM
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Just like her character named Claire Del Fierro in The General’s Daughter, Loisa Andalio considers family as her priority. As we all know, her ticket to stardom was in joining Pinoy Big Brother All In back in 2014. During her days in the reality series, we already came to know how Loisa loves her family. After her journey on the said show ended, her career in the showbiz industry continued to flourish and with that, we came to know more about her as well.


In her interviews with her family on Magandang Buhay, we learned that Loisa is the third of the four children of her daddy Leonardo and mommy Sandie. Her mommy Sandie described Loisa as a sweet and thoughtful daughter, who honors and obeys her parents by entrusting them with her earnings. Loisa lets her parents manage her salary and her parents on the other hand, put her money on savings and investments. Meanwhile, among her three siblings namely Jhay, Louis and Leona, ‘kuya’ Jhay was the one who guested on the show and shared how caring Loisa is as a sister. He spoke about how humble, selfless and generous Loisa is to their family.


Loisa’s interview in Tonight with Boy Abunda on October 2018 validated her family’s statement as she shared with the King of Talk that she is building a house for her family.


WATCH: Loisa, nagpapatayo na ng bahay para sa kaniyang pamilya


In March, a month before her birthday, Loisa shared this gift to her family. In her Instagram account, she posted a photo where she stood at the balcony of their newly built house and said in the caption:


Trabaho pa Loisa, para matapos na. After 20 years na nakikitira lang kami, natupad din ‘yung pangarap ko magkaroon kami ng sariling bahay, ‘yung matatawag namin na bahay talaga namin. Thank you Lord!”


Although they are still on the process of completing the construction of their new home, Loisa’s hardwork and desire to help give her parents and her siblings a better life is truly commendable. She stands as an inspiration to her generation indeed! Congratulations, Loisa!

 

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