Kris Aquino’s Long-time Friend Gives Update About Her Health: “Bumagsak ang kanyang hemoglobin”

Here’s an update on Kris Aquino’s health according to her friend, Dindo Balares

DINDO BALARES – The long-time friend of Kris Aquino provided a new update on the Queen of All Media’s health condition.

In Kris’s last update about two weeks ago, she mentioned that her health was slightly improving. However, in Dindo’s latest post, things seem to have taken a turn for the worse.

“Bumagsak ang kanyang hemoglobin to it’s lowest ever, nasa 8.2 to 8.4. Ang lowest acceptable level ay 10.9 — in other words, transfusion level. Sumabay ang new numbers na ito sa kanyang mas rigid pang gamutan,” said Dindo.

Dindo also revealed that it appears the former actress-television host and Batangas Vice Governor Mark Leviste are not doing well again. “Umuwi ng Pilipinas last October 31 si Vice Gov Mark Leviste. According to people staying with Kris in her rented home in Orange County, pinag-isipan niyang mabuti ang pagdedesisyon,” Dindo shared. Unfortunately, Kris is reportedly breaking up with VG Mark again because long-distance relationships have become too challenging for her.

Many are surprised by the change in the situation between the two, especially since they recently seemed to have reconciled. “Is this the latest? Akala ko un latest un ok na sila forever , un post with Boy Abunda,” asked one netizen. Considering VG Mark’s character, he probably won’t agree with Kris’s latest decision.

Previously, Mark Leviste declared that Kris Aquino is his “world”. In an exclusive interview with, the politician revealed the real status of his relationship with the Queen of All Media. According to Mark, he and Kris are still a couple, and in fact, they will mark seven months this November.

To recall, it was in June this year when the politician opened up about his relationship with Kris. But after a few weeks, the TV host announced their separation due to a misunderstanding. As of press time, Kris is in the US undergoing treatment for her autoimmune diseases.

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