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LOOK: Ellen Adarna seen in Cebu without John Lloyd Cruz

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Sep. 10, 19 | 6:29 pm

Ellen Adarna at a ribbon cutting ceremony in Cebu. Photo from The Greenery and Anne Jelique Edano

It seems that semi-retired actress Ellen Adarna is now active on public functions but without her partner John Lloyd Cruz.

On September 8, Ellen grace the opening of a wellness spa in Cebu she was one of who cut the ribbon.

Anne Jelique Edano, a netizen who took a selfie with Ellen described the actress as beautiful.

“She’s so beautiful. I wasn’t sure at first but when i ask to have a picture with her.. OMG she’s REAL! Ellen Adarna @TheGreenery ” Edano captioned on her facebook post.

Last month, Ellen surprises the netizens when she undegone a mommy makeover at a aesthetic center triggering rumors that she will be back in showbiz.

On August, a source told Pep.ph that it was in June when the Ellen and John Loyd reportedly brokeup and decided to just do the “co-parenting” to their son Elias Modesto.

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