Marian Rivera lets 4-year-old Zia decide on her endorsement offers

by Nikko Tuazon
Feb 13, 2021
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Marian Rivera is proud to say that Zia is a natural on camera, but reveals it's still up to her four-year-old daughter if she wants to do a project or not: "Mas maganda siguro may free will din yung anak ko na sabihin niya kung gusto niya o ayaw niya."
PHOTO/S: @marianrivera on Instagram

Marian Rivera is grateful to the brands that have trusted her as an endorser despite her showbiz hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic.

In fact, the Kapuso actress has just announced in a virtual launch on Tuesday, February 9, 2021, the renewal of her endorsement deal with Walter Mart.

Marian also feels blessed because endorsements have kept pouring in for her family—her husband Dingdong Dantes and their children, Zia and Sixto.

Zia also has a special participation in her television commercial for the supermarket brand.

Although the celebrity mom was proud to say her four-year-old daughter is a natural on camera, Marian revealed it's still up to Zia to decide if she wants to do a project.

She said, "Si Zia kasi every time may ginagawa kami, tinatanong ko muna siya…

"‘O may gusto kumuha kay Zia na ganito…’ Ang ginagawa ko, tatanungin ko muna yung anak ko.

"‘Anak gusto mo bang sumama kasi may ganito akong gagawin?’ ‘Yes mama, I want! I want to do that.’

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"Mas maganda siguro may free will din yung anak ko na sabihin niya kung gusto niya o ayaw niya especially busy din siya sa pag-aaral niya.

"Sabi niya, ‘Wow, I like it!’ Kita mo naman mas magaling pa sa akin mag-heart sign, di ba?"

She added, "Naka-first commercial na si Sixto... May susunod na kami, mga dalawa pa."

Marian told PEP.ph (Philippine Entertainment Portal), she could not be more thankful for having 20 active endorsement deals than now in these dire times.

She said, "Nakakataba ng puso kasi sabi ko nga siguro, ito ay bonus na siguro...

"Ang maganda kasi dito, dun sa mga endorsement, nagkakaroon ng mas malalim na relasyon. At yun siguro yung mas pinanghahawakan ko.

"Kasi ang sarap ng pakiramdam na mas lumalalim yung relationship mo dun sa ineendorso mo na pinagkakatiwalaan mo na minamahal ka pa nila as kapamilya nila.

"So malaking bagay yun para sa akin."

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marian rivera on CHANGING PRIORITIES

Meanwhile, members of the press asked Marian how the COVID-19 pandemic has changed her family.

The GMA-7 Prime-Time Queen said, "Siguro, ang pagbabago, hindi na kami lumalabas para magpunta sa mall or pumunta sa kung saan mang park kasi alam mo yun, mahirap na e.

"Pero sabi ko nga kay Dong, makaka-adjust at makaka-adjust ka rin, e.

"Itong mga nangyayari sa mundo natin ngayon, parang ito yung wake-up call na, 'Ano ba talaga yung prayoridad mom, importante sa iyo?'

"Alam nating lahat iyan. Naranasan natin lahat iyan, napagdaanan natin lahat iyan.

"Alam natin kung anong prayoridad natin ngayon at malinaw sa atin na pamilya ang pinakamahalaga sa lahat ng nangyayari sa mundong ito.

"At, siyempre, bukod sa pamilya, kailangan nabibigay mo yung kinakailangan nila, kailangan healthy sila.

"Dapat yung kombinasyon na yun buong-buo. Siyempre, kailangan din ng pananalig sa Taas para protektahan kayo at mga mahal niyo sa buhay."

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Marian Rivera is proud to say that Zia is a natural on camera, but reveals it's still up to her four-year-old daughter if she wants to do a project or not: "Mas maganda siguro may free will din yung anak ko na sabihin niya kung gusto niya o ayaw niya."
PHOTO/S: @marianrivera on Instagram
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