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KC Concepcion gives house to her childhood nanny

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Sep. 30, 18 | 2:06 pm

Actress and entrepreneur KC Concepcion showed her love and appreciation to her childhood nanny who took care of her ever since she was a baby by gifting her with a house.

As seen in an Instagram Story video that was previously uploaded earlier this month, Concepcion’s nanny who she calls Nanay Lina was eating while talking to some companions.

Concepcion was among the people around the table but she was not seen in the video as she was the one behind the camera.

“Quality time with Nanay Lina,” Concepcion captioned the photo.

At one point in the video, one of Nanay Lina’s companions asked if she has received a house as a gift from Concepcion.

“Binigyan ako ng bahay niyan!” Nanay Lina can be heard saying in the video.

When she was asked who gave her the house, she simply said, “Siya”, while pointing a finger towards the camera referring to Concepcion who was behind it.

Concepcion has previously paid tribute to Nanay Lina on Instagram several times, during the latter’s birthdays.

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In the Philippines, our families hire household help and we consider them family. They usually stay with us for years, watching the children grow up as if they were their own. I chose our childhood nanny Nanay Lina as a #NeverFade Filipina, because of her heart of service- she cared for me as a baby, would watch over me as my mother worked, and would hide my secrets (and midnight snacks) as a child… lol. As I got older, she would look forward to watching my movies and tv series, and has a big smile every time she's near me… Upto this day her handwritten cards touch me so much, and so do the tears in her eyes whenever she sees me again after a long time ♥️ It's rare to have that kind of love. She devoted her life to our family and today I want to recognize her for #Downy as a way of saying THANK YOU for the unconditional love and heartfelt service she's given us all these years. ? Such a gem! || ?⭐️⭐️⭐️ @piawurtzbach @iamsuperbianca

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Nanay Lina celebrated her 89th birthday on August 18, 2018. She has stayed with Concepcion’s family ever since the actress was born.

Nanay Lina is also still taking care of Concepcion and her half-sisters up to this day.

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