Ai-Ai delas Alas opens up about her life as a single mother

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She's an award-winning actress, and a box office queen. We love her witty onscreen antics and her high-powered onstage performances. But how much do we really know of her as a single mother of three? Ai-Ai delas Alas opens up her life and times as a mom at the 2011 Kerygma Conference.


Showbiz personalities headline this year's Kerygma Conference—an annual event slated to inspire Catholics to become better individuals through talks, worship, and entertainment.

One of them is comedienne extraordinaire Ai-Ai de las Alas.

For the first time in an exclusive public gathering, Ai-Ai will talk about her life as a single mother of three; and how she survived all of the hardships that came along with it through prayer and other religious means.

Ai-Ai has three children: two sons Sancho and Sean Niccolo, and daughter Sofia.

She married former actor Miguel Vera in 1989, but the couple eventually separated in 1996.

Since then, Ai-Ai had been juggling her emerging acting career and looking after her brood of three.

She will grace the event as a speaker in the Solo Parents stream to be held at the PICC Meeting Room 11 on November 19, the second of a three-day long affair.

Other celebrities like Kapuso actress Maxene Magalona will also be there as a sharer at the Youth stream category.

GMA-7 News anchor Arnold Clavio is also set to grace the opening concert on November 18 at the PICC Plenary Hall.

Other celebrity guests and performers include acoustic artist Top Suzara, former Barbie's Cradle vocalist Barbie Almalbis-Honasan, pop-acapella group Akafellas, and praise singing group Bukas Palad, among others.

The conference will be headed by lay preacher and Kerygma founder Bro. Bo Sanchez.

Tickets are available at all SM Ticket outlets. Free public admission for the Opening Concert and the Grand Feast on November 20.

For details, log on to www.kerygmaconference.com or call 725-9999.


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