Iya Villania tests positive for COVID-19: "Ang hirap! Man, I cried!"

Iya Villania tests positive for COVID-19: "Ang hirap! Man, I cried!"

- Iya Villania and Drew Arellano are currently isolating away from their kids after testing positive

- On Instagram, the celebrity mom posted a lengthy caption about their situation in "Casa Arellano"

- According to Iya, it broke her heart to see their daughter, Alana, cry without being able to comfort her

- Despite the situation, Iya tried to lighten the mood by giving a tip to other "mamas and papas" going through the same thing

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Iya Villania and her husband, Drew Arellano, are currently self-isolating away from their three kids—Primo, Leon, and Alana after testing positive for COVID-19.

On Monday, January 10, KAMI learned that the celebrity mom took to Instagram to break the news to their families and friends.

She also penned a lengthy caption to her post, revealing that she cried upon seeing their daughter, Alana, cry without being able to console her.

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Iya Villania tests positive for COVID-19: "Ang hirap! Man, I cried!"
Iya Villania tests positive for COVID-19: "Ang hirap! Man, I cried!" (@iyavillania)
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"The situation here in Casa Arellano. Drew and I are still hanging onto that little chance that maybe the kids are spared," Iya began.

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On Instagram, Iya said she is dedicating her viral post to all the "mamas and papas" that are going through the same ordeal.

"This was the hardest thing to accept upon learning I was + (and I’m not taking about my pregnancy test). Primo gets it, Leon is okay too because he follows his kuya’s lead, but Alana? Boy, it broke my heart to see her cry for me and not being able to console her even for a bit."

Trying to lighten the mood and the situation, Iya gave a tip to other "mamas in the same situation" in her post.

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"My tip? Try not to cry!!!! Coz the tears will only cause nasal congestion and lengthen recovery! I know, I know… ang hirap! Man, I CRIED!!! But you have to get over it as soon as you can and get in that speed car towards recovery for your family."

Read her full post below and swipe left to see another photo:

Iya Villania-Arellano is a Filipino-Australian host and actress who has been notably known for her work as a VJ in Myx. She tied the knot with host Drew Arellano back in 2014 and has had 3 children with the Kapuso host since then.

As reported earlier by KAMI, Iya Villania admitted that her fourth pregnancy is a little harder than her previous ones. She struggled to keep her pregnancy a secret because her morning sickness is worse this time. The Kapuso host has also become averse to food and drinks that she used to like including curry and certain juices.

Meanwhile, Iya Villania recently thanked GMA Network for giving her the chance to work safely amid the pandemic. However, in her latest online post, the 35-year-old actress shared that her "WFH stint" is coming to an end. On Instagram, Iya uploaded several behind-the-scenes photos she took during her "WFH stint" for GMA.

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