MANILA -- A day before President Benigno Aquino III steps down from office, TV host-actress Kris Aquino took to Instagram to reassure her brother that she will always put family first.
PNoy on Thursday will officially turn over his powers to president-elect Rodrigo Duterte, Davao City's maverick mayor who promises radical changes during his term.
PNoy, who will once again become a private citizen after Duterte's inauguration, is all set to return to their family's home on Times Street, Quezon City.
(READ: What will PNoy do after stepping down from office?)
But since PNoy is still unmarried, his youngest sister is volunteering herself and sons Bimby and Josh to be "housemates" with the 56-year-old bachelor.
"In case you get lonely, you have 3 noisy, makulit, energetic house mates (Kuya Josh, Bimb, and me) ready to occupy your guest room & keep you company whether you like it or not," she wrote in the caption of her Instagram post.
She announced that she is taking a hiatus from showbiz to give more attention to her family, business, and health.
(READ: Kris Aquino to take hiatus from showbiz)
Shortly after the announcement, she and her children headed to Hawaii for vacation.
They soon returned to the country to campaign for Liberal Party's standard bearer vice-president elect Leny Robredo, who will be inaugurated on Thursday at the Quezon City Reception House where she will also hold office.
Meanwhile, in a separate Instagram post, Kris Aquino thanked the "compassionate" members of the Presidential Security Group who protected the Aquino family for the past six years.
"Thank you to the PSG who took excellent care of us, PNoy's sisters & genuinely became a part of our family," she wrote.