Leni Robredo's daughter Jillian said she was happy to welcome the former vice president back as a full-time mother and that she was proud of her mom's six-year tenure.
"Anim na taon. Taas noo. Happy to have you back full-time, Mama," Jillian said. The former vice president will start her anti-poverty NGO Angat Buhay as a private citizen on July 1.
During the presidential campaign, Jillian said she was looking forward to the day when she and edler sisters Aika and Tricia can have their "Mama Leni" all to themselves again.
Robredo left the Vice President's office on Wednesday, as she secured the highest Commission on Audit rating for the fourth straight year.
"Kahit hindi ako nanalo, at ito sinabi ko na ito several times: if I have to do it all over again, knowing what the results will be, I will still do it. Kasi para sa akin, ‘yun ‘yung pinakamasaya, pinaka-satisfying na campaign that I’ve been through in the many years na nai-involve ako sa political exercises," she said.