Robi Domingo and his fiancée Maiqui Pineda appear to be in the final stretch of their wedding preparations as the Kapamilya TV host revealed that they are “70 to 75 percent” ready for their special day.
“As of yesterday, I can announce that we are 70 to 75 percent done (with our wedding preparations),” he said during the ABS-CBN Ball held in Makati on Saturday, September 30.
Domingo, who initially suggested to Pineda “slightly postpone” the big day due to his health condition — Pineda was diagnosed with a rare autoimmune disease in July — mother held on the date of their wedding. “I will be called kapag sinabi ko (kung kailan) (if I tell you when),” he joked.
The “ASAP Natin’ To” mainstay previously shared that the theme of their wedding will be Filipino, and reiterated this, while also mentioning that the songs that will be performed on their special day will also follow their “very Filipino” theme . The “Pinoy Big Brother” alum also revealed that his best man “will become one of my best friends and my brother.”
Meanwhile, the couple, who recently flew to Singapore for a ‘medical visit’, recently announced that the bride-to-be’s condition is ‘improving’, which served as an early birthday gift for Domingo after she shared the good news a day earlier had received. his 34th birthday.
Domingo has in the past praised his longtime partner’s “courage” for opening up about her autoimmune disease, which she opened up about in an interview. blog post. The “Cinco” actor once again spoke about Pineda’s “courage” and also reiterated her feelings about why she decided to share something very personal.
“I’m so proud of her because she’s not the type of person to make information public. She is a private person. Pero grabe ‘yung bravery niya (but her courage is exceptional), and she does that because she wants to reassure other people after (that): ‘I’m going through this, and if you’re going through what I’m going through, it’s okay. We’re going to share our experiences, and we’ll get through this together. ” he said.
During the same trip to Singapore, the couple was greeted by several Filipinos, who “flocked” to the former reality show contestant. The “warm welcome,” he said, is “a great appreciation of the strength of ABS-CBN.” “Even walang (without a) franchise, it is still there… Sabi ko (I said), ‘Ah, kilala pa rin ako ng mga Kapamilya natin (Filipinos in Singapore still recognize me),” said Domingo, who then expressed gratitude to his home network.
The couple, who celebrated their fifth year together in August, took their relationship to the next level when the former “Myx” VJ popped the question during a trip to Japan last year. EDV