- Judy Ann Santos-Agoncillo had been very vocal of trying to regulate gadget use of her children
- Even her eldest daughter Yohan was not allowed to have her own social media account
- Yohan is already 14 but the actress believes that her daughter is not yet ready to have her own socmed account
Judy Ann Santos- Agoncillo revealed that she does not allow her eldest child Yohan to have her own social media account yet. Yohan is already 14 but the celebrity mom thinks she is not ready just yet.
“I told her, you have to follow the rules of what’s on Facebook. When you’re 18, that’s the only time you can have your Facebook or any social media account,” Judy Ann said in a Globe at Home launch with some members of the press.
Kami also learned that she was chosen as the celebrity Mombassador along with Maricel Laxa-Pangilinan.
“We don’t want to lie about your age. There are specific reasons why you have to be of age. You have to be responsible and there are contents in social media na ikakagulat mo and maybe hindi ka pa ready when you’re at this age.”
Yohan initially felt bad for this according to Judy Ann. Her friends have their own social media account while she still can not have one.
Judy Ann also monitors her children's internet activities when it comes to researching for school.
Judy Ann Santos is married to Ryan Agoncillo, whom she met during the shooting of the television series Krystala in 2004. In 2005, their relationship became official and they got engaged in 2008. The couple tied the knot at San Juan de Nepomuceno Church in San Juan, Batangas on April 28, 2009. They have two children, Juan Luis and Juana Luisa, and an adopted daughter, Yohan. The actress celebrated her 40th birthday on Thursday, May 10.
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