Zoren Legaspi's money lessons for his twins are a must read

Zoren Legaspi's money lessons for his twins are a must read

- The Legaspi family is one of the most sought-after product endorsers

- Zoren said he is not very strict when it comes to his kids' money

- The actor admits he sometimes borrows money from his twins

Zoren Legaspi, Carmina Villaroel, and their twins have a number of endorsements under their family belt.

They've endorsed ice creams, fast food, shampoo, medicine, a drugstore, among others.

Their likable, friendly vibe makes them perfect for family-oriented products. And with the reach and quality of their brand power, it comes as no surprise that they earn millions from their endorsements.

When asked by PEP about their talent fee, Zoren Legaspi candidly answered, "actually it's a package deal."

The father of two explained that they don't give individual talent fees for their endorsements. He said everything they own are for their kids Cassy and Mavy.

"I don't care kung sa ilalim ako ng trak matulog the next day. Basta lahat ng iyan, ng pag-aari namin kung anuman, may mga lote or kotse or ano, it's for him and for her," said Zoren.

Zoren also confessed to PEP that he sometimes borrow money from his kids. But he makes sure to pay them back.

"Pero 'yun nga sinabi ko, 'Don't count it, kasi lahat naman ng ito is for both of you," said Zoren.

He also teaches the twins not to be too greedy about money.

"I'm not very strict about (money) because ayoko 'yung nagbibilangan ba. Because the moment na nagbilang ka, parang dun dumadating 'yung pagka-greedy," said Zoren.

The 45-year-old actor and TV director married actress Carmina Villaroel in 2012. Carmina had to get her previous marriage to actor Rustom Padilla (now BB Gandanghari) annulled.

Zoren and Carmina had fraternal twins Cassy and Mavy while they were living in the US. The kids were born in America on January 6, 2001. They turned 16 this year.

Source: KAMI.com.gh

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