- Marian Rivera discussed about some challenges she is currently facing to help her daughter Zia take her online classes
- The Kapuso star shared that her four-year-old firstborn has started distance learning via Zoom application
- She likewise revealed that she also had a hard time explaining to Zia why she needs not to go to school
- On the other hand, Marian expressed that what matters to her is that Zia enjoys distance learning
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Marian Rivera recently talked about some challenges she is currently going through to help her daughter Zia take her online classes.
In a report by 24 Oras' showbiz segment “Chika Minute”, the Kapuso actress shared that her four-year-old firstborn has started distance learning via Zoom app.
Marian revealed that she also had a hard time explaining to Zia why she needs not to go to school.
"Ngayon kasi nag-school na si Zia, nagzu-Zoom class siya. Medyo tinutulungan ko siya at kailangan magamay niya kasi siyempre bago sa kaniya kaya medyo nahihirapan siya na parang bakit nawala siya sa school? Bakit ganito? So ine-explain ko sa kaniya na for the meantime lang."
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The Kapuso Primetime Queen, on the other hand, said that what matters to her is that Zia enjoys distance learning.
"Actually kakatapos niya lang niya ngayon sa Zoom class niya. So nag-e-enjoy naman siya. 'Yun naman ang importante, ma-enjoy niya ulit 'yung school na 'yan."
Marian Rivera is a prominent actress, celebrity mom, and endorser in the Philippines. She is married to Dingdong Dantes and they already have two lovely and adorable children.
In spite of being a mother of two already, the Kapuso actress has continuously made headlines in the past for her stunning figure and beauty.
She likewise recently earned praises from the online community after she donated breastmilk once again. She also helped during the pandemic by personally cooking food for the COVID-19 frontliners at the UP NIH and National Center for Mental Health.
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