- Geneva Cruz’s passport expired so she was forced to extend her stay in the Philippines
- She said she only planned to stay in the country for a couple of days to attend a friend’s wedding
- She took advantage of the situation to spend more time with her family and friends
- She’s based in the US with her two children
MANILA, Philippines – Geneva Cruz is back in the Philippines but contrary to the belief of others, she’s not here to stage a showbiz comeback.
In an interview with Boy Abunda on his show “Tonight with Boy Abunda”, the former “Smokey Mountain” member revealed that she only planned to stay in the country for a couple of days to attend a friend’s wedding, but she had a problem with her passport which forced her to extend her stay.
ABS-CBN News quoted her as saying: “Nag-expire iyong passport ko.”
[My passoport expired.]
Instead of feeling down over what happened, Geneva took advantage of the situation to spend more time with her family and friends.
She is currently based in the United States with her two children, Heaven and London. She’s working as a certified nutritionist and spokesperson for Image Spa M.D.
Having children from two different fathers, Geneva shared that people tend to judge her based on what they know about her past.
“And they don’t even know the ‘truth’ behind everything, like my behavior and actions before.
“Sa kanila kasi puwedeng (They might see my actions as) mistakes, but I don’t think people really make mistakes. For example, having children. No way! My children will never be mistakes to me,” she added.
Geneva had been married twice – first with Paco Arespacochaga, the father of Heaven, and the second with KC Montero.
She was previously engaged to Filipino-Australian Lee Paulsen, the father of her daughter, but she ended the engagement when things didn’t work out for them.
“Probably hindi nag-work iyong relationship pero sa akin, ang greatest accomplishment ko is mga anak ko. Sa States kasi parang mas free ako to whatever I want without being judged,” she said.
[Probably my relationships didn’t work out, but for me, my greatest accomplishment is my children. In the US, I feel free to do whatever I want without being judged.]