Paolo deletes all photos of LJ on social media

August 21, 2021 Mario Bautista 222 views

LJ Reyes has been living in with Paolo Contis since 2016 and she gave birth to their daughter, Summer, in January of 2019. She has another child, Aki, her son with Paulo Avelino who’s now 11 years old and who’s in good terms with stepdad Paolo.

LJ has not been active in her acting career for a while. After she gave birth to Summer, she chose to take it easy. Her last teleserye was still “The Cure” in 2018. It’s only Paolo who’s working actively for their family.

Everyone thought she and Paolo are doing well since they always post photos of them looking like a very happy family. So folks are now surprised that Paolo, who has just returned home after doing lock in taping of “I Left My Heart in Sorsogon” with Heart Evangelista, has suddenly deleted all her photos from his social media account.

Many have asked them if they are they still together or have they called it quits? But no response so far. If it’s any indication, though, LJ has now returned to work before the cameras and she is featured with Wendell Ramos in this Sunday’s featured episode on ‘Dear Uge’ entitled ‘Steph Ma’am’.

LJ is only 33 years old but she now plays as the stepmother of Ysabel Ortega in “Dear Uge”. She plays Stephanie, a terror college professor. Her student, Anna (Ysabel), hates for being so strict and giving her low grades which she thinks is unfair.

She feels relieved when Stephanie transfers to another school. Imagine the shock she got when her dad (Wendell) suddenly introduces to her his fiancee and soon to be stepmother. No one else but LJ as Stephanie herself!!! Of course, Anna cannot accept this and she will do everything in her power to prevent her papa’s wedding to her terror teacher.

She connives with their househelp, Yaya Josie (Tess Antonio), to make life miserable for Stephanie and do everything to driver her away from her dad’s life. But is LJ as Stephanie that willing to give up her love for Wendell. Find out this Sunday in “Dear Uge” at 3:45 PM only on GMA-7.

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