- Rachel Alejandro gave an exclusive interview to KAMI
- Aside from talking about her new film “Quezon’s Game,” she also opened up about not having children
- The actress gave a detailed explanation on why she does not have kids with husband Carlos SantaMaria
Rachel Alejandro talked to KAMI about her new movie “Quezon’s Game”, which will open on May 29, 2019.
However, the 45-year-old actress-singer was also asked about having no children with her husband Carlos SantaMaria.
According to Rachel, she did not consciously decide not to have kids but that having too many projects did not leave her time to become a mother.
She also admitted that she sometimes wonders if she made the right choice.
“I think time just kind of decided that for me. Because diba, ang dami nating pinaprioritize kasi eh sa buhay natin and in my case, sumobrang dami siguro. Masyado akong naging career woman. Masyado akong maraming pinasok. I had my hands in too many cookie jars.
“I don’t know what kind of mother I could have been. I mean siguro, I would have to stop this, hindi ko muna ginawa itong mga ganitong tour, ganitong mga biyahe-biyahe. Maraming mga dapat, mga sana-sana.
“Don’t get me wrong, I’m just as human as all of you. There are times when I think about whether I made the right choice but it’s too late,” Rachel told KAMI.
Rachel Alejandro’s parents are Hajji Alejandro and Myrna J. Demauro. She tied the knot with Carlos SantaMaria in 2011.
“Quezon’s Game” was directed by Jewish filmmaker Matthew Rossen. It also stars veteran actor Raymond Bagatsing, who plays Manuel L. Quezon in the movie.
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