Enrique Gil on Liza Soberano’s late Dad

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  • Liza Soberano had a lot of realizations when she accompanied Enrique Gil on his visit to the columbarium where his late father’s remains are stored.

    The actor’s dad passed away in 2008 due to cancer.

    Soberano confessed she was moved when Enrique started talking to his dad.

    On her Instagram post last May 19, she wrote, “Witnessed something so beautiful the other day. Words can’t even explain how much love I felt taking this picture.”

    The moment reminded her of how precious life is.

    “Medyo naging sad ako kasi kinausap niya ang papa niya na as if his papa was just there. Parang na-realize ko kung gaano kabilis ang buhay and how we should appreciate things in life. Siyempre ako I have a dad and I

    fight with him a lot, siyempre normal lang naman ‘yun pero you know ngayon nare-realize ko swerte pala ako kasi may papa ako and si Quen wala na siyang papa,” she said.

    At the Star Magic 25th anniversary celebration on “ASAP,” Liza recounted how Quen invited her to visit his dad.  He missed the chance to join his mom and sibling to visit their dad because he was not feeling well on the

    day of their visit, she said, so the next day, he asked her if she could accompany him to the columbarium.

    “Nag-text si Quen, ‘Pwede mo ba akong samahan pumunta sa papa ko?’ kasi sabi niya ‘I feel bad I wasn’t able to go.’ So sinamahan ko po siya,” she explained.

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