- Marian Rivera recently shared how she prepares Dingdong Dantes for the “new normal” taping protocols
- The actress said that series “Descendants of the Sun,” starring her husband and Jennylyn Mercado, is set to resume its taping very soon
- Due to this, the Kapuso actor will not be able to go home for 12 days which Marian is now getting ready for
- “Ganu'n talaga, so konting tiis lang,” the concerned Kapuso Primetime Queen expressed
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Marian Rivera expressed her concern for Dingdong Dantes as his series, “Descendants of the Sun,” is set to resume its taping.
In a report by 24 Oras' showbiz segment “Chika Minute”, the Kapuso actress shared that she is currently preparing her husband for the “new normal” taping protocols.
"Actually mga 12 days yata siyang hindi makakauwi ng bahay. Sabi ko nga, 'Ganu'n talaga trabaho 'yan, ang mahalaga maging safe ka du'n tsaka 'yung mga kasama mo sa trabaho,'" Marian said in the interview.
"Pinapaalalahanan ko na mag-ingat siya, ano ba ang kailangan niyang ibaon? Meron siyang maliit na freezer para sa 12 days niya. Sabi ko nga, wala e, ganu'n talaga, so konting tiis lang. Basta ang mahalaga makauwi siya nang ligtas sa amin, makauwi siya na safe siya.”
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“Descendants of the Sun” is a 2020 Philippine television action-drama series broadcast by GMA Network. It is based on a 2016 South Korean television drama series of the same title.
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.
The gorgeous actress also recently talked about some challenges she is currently going through to help her daughter Zia take her online classes.
She likewise earned praises from the online community earlier 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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