MANILA -- Actress Alice Dixson revealed that she hasn't given up her dream to have a baby.
In an interview on ANC's "Headstart" on Friday, Dixson said she and her long-time partner are "still in the process" of having a baby through surrogacy.
"Well my personal journey is super personal, pero sige I will share it. We are still in the process of surrogacy. My partner and I, oo. So I have not given up on that. I think this is our last year to try," she said.
The 50-year-old actress went on to explain why they have turned to surrogacy to have a baby.
"Sa akin it was never about the way I would look after. It was about my age and my concern about the safety of the child, the
wellness of the pregnancy," she stressed.
"I've tried previously and it didn't work out. So parang my partner and I decided, 'okay let's try surrogacy,'" she added.
Dixson did not give details about her long-time partner, only saying that they have been together for seven years.
When asked about getting married again, the actress replied: "I guess we are focusing dito muna kay baby. And then if the need arises, then who knows?"
Dixson is now promoting her newest movie with Aga Muhlach titled "Nuuk," which was shot in Greenland.