MANILA -- Shortly after his departure from Malacañang, former President Benigno Aquino III headed to their family home on Times Street, Quezon City where his youngest sister Kris and nephews Bimby and Josh were waiting for him.
The 45-year-old TV host-actress and sons were all smiles as "Kuya Noy" returns to being a private citizen after six years as the country's leader.
On Wednesday, Aquino took to Instagram to reassure her bachelor brother that she will always put family first. She even offered herself and her kids to be "housemates" with the former president in case he gets "lonely."
"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 an Instagram post.
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In another Instagram post, Aquino thanked the members of the security team who have been protecting their family for the past years.
She also became nostalgic as she remembered the day their mother, the late president Corazon Aquino, stepped down from office in 1992.
"Having experienced this 24 years ago in 1992 prepared me for all the emotions of today, 2016," Aquino wrote.