28 September 2011

Camille Prats asks for short vacation from her TV soap


Now that her husband Anthony Linsangan has already been laid to his final resting place, Camille Prats plans to take a sabbatical from her soap opera, “Munting Heredera.”
“Humingi si Camille ng ilang araw na bakasyon sa producer niya sa kanyang primetime soap na  ‘Munting Heredera.’ Pero sa Biyernes daw ay magte-taping siya,” Lhar Santiago reported on “24 Oras,” Sept. 27.
“I’m committed to ‘Munting Heredera’ and I really love that show. I really love the people that I work with. Ayoko namang iwan sila ng gano’n lang.  They’re like a family to me so ‘pag nakikita ko sila they make me feel better,” Camille said.
Before Anthony’s body was taken out of the Heritage Memorial Park Chapel and brought to the Manila Memorial Park in Damarinas, Cavite at 3 p.m. Tuesday, September 26, Camille took the opportunity to thank people who condoled with her family.
“Sobra-sobra po ‘yung pagpapasalamat ko sa lahat ng pagmamahal na pinakita niyo sa asawa ko. I would want to thank my home network GMA for being very supportive. Of course, to our family, friends and relatives, sa mga taga-village namin, sa mga  barkada niya from grade school to high school to college hanggang sa ngayon.”
The heavy rains brought by typhoon Perding nearly caused Anthony’s burial to be postponed.
“Dapat sana ay ala-una ng hapon ngayong araw ang libing ni Anthony. Pero dahil sa malakas na bagyo [ay] naantala ito. Sa kasagsagan ng bagyo [ay] naisip ng pamilya ni Anthony at ni Camille na bukas na lamang idaos ang libing. Pero noong mawala ang hangin, nagdesisyon sila na ituloy na ang paghahatid kay Anthony sa huling hantungan ngayong hapon,” Lhar reported.
Camille likewise shared her plan to temporarily stay with her parents, with an assurance that, “Hindi naman ako mawawala sa buhay nila [Linsangan family] lalo na may apo, dahil nandiyan si Nathan. We’re always be going to be a family. Kahit na wala na si Anthony I will always be a Linsangan.”
Life without her husband, Camille says, will be difficult.
“Kasi I spend everyday with him. I wake up with him. I sleep beside him, so lahat ‘yon alam kong hindi ko na mararanasan uli. Lahat ‘yon siyempre mami-miss ko nang sobra. Siguro ang pinaka-ano ko lang dito iniwanan niya ako ng anak.”
Camille’s husband succumbed to nasopharyngeal cancer at the age of 31.

By ALEX VALENTIN BROSAS
Manila Bulletin

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