- Celebrity mom Lucy Torres revealed why she does not have another child
- The politician admitted that she prayed for another baby of any gender
- However, all of Lucy’s desires were hindered back then
Actress-turned-politician Lucy Torres finally let the public know the reason why her eighteen-year-old daughter Juliana does not have a younger brother or sister.
KAMI learned that Juliana is the only daughter and child of Lucy to veteran actor and now Ormoc City Mayor Richard Gomez.
The loving mother initially expressed that she, in fact, desired to have another adorable kid after her eldest.
However, her desire was affected by Juliana’s actions since her daughter did not show enthusiasm in having a sibling few years back.
Lucy also admitted that there was a time when she asked her child to pray for another baby but Juliana just said she wanted a pet dog.
"When she was little, and we'd say our bedtime prayers together, I would ask her to help me pray for a baby brother or sister for her,” the politician wrote on her Instagram post.
"She would listen intently, wide-eyed, nodding as if in agreement, then she would break into smile and say gently but firmly, 'Mama, dog na lang,'" she added.
Notwithstanding the fact that Juliana is a Unica Hija, Lucy shared that her charming teen never felt lonely because of her wide circle of friends.
As a proof, she said that the bathroom of her daughter has 11 toothbrushes which belong to her friends who sometimes sleep at their house.
"I remember one time, maybe five years ago, she said, ‘Mama, di ba I’m an only child? But look at my banyo, I have 11 toothbrushes!’ Because all her female friends sleep over,” Lucy explained.
"I love it when the house is filled with her friends, so they take over the kitchen and they bake," she added.
In a previous article by KAMI, the actress-turned-politician gave a priceless gift to her adorable teen on her eighteenth birthday.
Born on December 11, 1974, Lucy is currently the representative of Leyte’s fourth Distric. She married Richard in 1998 at the St. Peter and Paul Parish Church in Ormoc City.
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