New discoveries after marriage

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Wednesday, March 25, 2015

KAPUSO Network's royal couple, Dingdong Dantes and Marian Rivera, shared some stories about being married for barely three months now.

Speaking with the Davao entertainment press at New Asia Restaurant last March 16, the (relatively) newly-wed couple disclosed some of the things they discovered about each other only after they got married. The Kapuso super stars were here to join the Dabawenyos in celebrating the 78th Araw ng Dabaw.

For his part, the dashing Kapuso actor said he has realized how organized his wife is.


"I have realized na masyado pala talaga syang maayos sa mga gamit. Pero hindi naman ibig sabihin nun na medyo makalat ako. Mas maayos lang talaga sya sa gamit," said the 34-year-old lead star of "Pari 'Koy", one of the network's newest primetime soaps.

His 30-year-old gorgeous wife, on the other hand, revealed that she never knew that the actor actually snores not until they started living under one roof.

"Kapag medyo pagod sya ay naghihilik pala sya. Humihilik," said the former "Marimar" star who is set to take the lead in the upcoming primetime series "The Rich Man's Daughter," while laughing.

Despite these little discoveries, the multi-awarded actor said that there is not so much to know more about each other.

"Siguro sa mga technical stuff na lang like 'yung mga finances. 'Yung mga bagay na never namin napag-uusapan before," he said.

On having their own children, Dingdong was quick to say that he wants to have their first-born this year.

"Sana this year. We'll see kung ano. Syempre, we're also considering many things right now pero syempre ang basehan namin parati ay kung ibibigay 'yung gift na 'yun ni God, ay syempre it's really a great blessing for us," he said.

As to whether they want their first-born to be a girl or a boy, the Filipino-Spanish actress said it really doesn't matter.

"Ewan ko kung makaka-relate dito ang ibang girls. Kung dati ay sinasabi mo na sana ay lalaki or babae pero kapag dumating na pala ang time na 'yun, ang iisipin mo na lang pala ay sana ay healthy, sana ay maayos 'yung baby," Marian said.


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Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on March 26, 2015.


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