- Kathryn Bernardo shared her thoughts about investing her hard-earned money wisely
- She recently opened up another business with boyfriend Daniel Padilla together with their moms and another two family members
- According to the actress, she believes, investing their money is important
Kathryn Bernardo shared her thoughts about her new business venture with boyfriend Daniel Padilla. According to her, despite having a promising showbiz career, having investments is important.
"How I wish hindi ko kailangan, pero kailangan e. Marami tayong pinag-iipunan, bahay, kung ano-ano ang mga gustong gawin. I think it's good to invest on something na ganito, hindi yung kung saan saan [napupunta] yung pera mo, at least merong pinupuntahan yung pinagpapaguran. Then maraming gastos so kailangan pa rin nating kumayod, so kailangan pa rin I swear," said the actress in an interview with PUSH.
The couple recently opened up Barbero Blues, a barbershop co-partnered by their mothers Min Bernardo and Karla Estrada along with two other family members.
Kathryn also owns a nail salon KathNails by KCMB at SM The Block North EDSA which was opened on May 27, 2017.
It was previously reported that Kathryn and Daniel went to Iceland for a vacation.
Kathryn Bernardo was born in Cabanatuan City, Philippines. Her full original name is Kathryn Chandria Manuel Bernardo with Filipino being her nationality. Kathryn Bernardo started out on being in the acting industry at such a young age back in 2003. 2010 became the breakthrough of her acting career that boosted her up.
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