- Drew Arellano paid tribute to his and Iya Villania's "angels" on International Women's Day
- The actor thanked the women who help take care of his son Primo
- Netizens praised Drew for his thoughtful post
Drew Arellano proved he's a thoughtful and wonderful boss.
On March 8, International Women's Day, Drew turned the spotlight on the women he called their "angels at home".
The TV host posted a photo of Primo's yayas on his Instagram account.
He wrote: "Celebrating International Women's Day by praising our 'angels' at home. Without them, my Superwoman of a wife would have a harder time saving the Arellano's world from daily disasters. Thank you."
Netizens, meanwhile, praised Drew's gesture, noting that it's not every day that stars acknowledge and honor their household help.
yhamd: Ang bait naman nila dipa naka uniform mga kasambahay nila trato pamilya talaga sila sana madami pa kagaya nila
bravenbryle: Ang bait naman na employer ni drew @drewarellano...
lovelethel: So sweet of you @drewarellano in recognizing your angels at home
napspones: This is so inspiring to read.. appreciating people!! (Salute)
jeighnings0: Bihira sa mga kagaya mo na nagbibigay ng recognition sa mga kagaya nila..still a very kind of you Sir! Kudos to you and your family!❤️ lucky that they have you..or i must say blessed!
bubbly_sassy: Aww thats so sweet..wish this arab people also knows how to appreciate us.
bhernas: Oh your "ates" are soooo lucky po 'coz they stay with @drewarellano and @iyavillana and they get to play with this adoooooorable cutie for a career! ❤
rosellericoromeo: Napakaswerte may ganyang angels kayo.
issaherrera22258: Cute nila 3..suwerte ng mga angels ninyo drew n iya n primo
Drew Arellano is a Kapuso actor and host.
He married actress and host Iya Villania on January 31, 2014. Before tying the knot, they were in a relationship for 10 years.
Their one-year-old son Primo was born on August 30, 2016.
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