Boots Anson-Roa announces engagement with lawyer ‘King’ Rodrigo


Boots Anson-Roa. FILE PHOTO

MANILA, Philippines—Veteran actress Maria Elise “Boots” Anson-Roa got engaged with lawyer Francisco “King” Rodrigo Jr., she informed close friends Saturday night.

“After six years, God has given me a soulmate and future partner who I shall spend the rest of my life with,” she told the INQUIRER via SMS.

“Atty. Francisco ‘King’ Rodrigo Jr., eldest son of the late Senator ‘Soc’,  and I have just been engaged, to be married on June 14, 2014.”

She added their future ninang (godmother) is close friend Marichu “Manay Ichu” Maceda.

Anson-Roa was married to the late Pete Roa, who died on August 9, 2007.


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  • penoy2012

    Boots and King. The love team is called Butsiking. All the best!

  • Kenjie Hasaki

    Love and companionship… two things everyone needs in this crazy and chaotic world… I am happy for the lady and her man…

  • Alfie Anido

    kala ko puro well-wishers magco-comment dito. bakit puro comment sa sex ng mga matatanda nandidito?

  • pinoyako4ever

    naku ala na yan si boots.. puro kulubot na eh

  • Coach Pido

    i am waiting for their sex video to be shown. coming soon. rated gpg: grandparental guidance.

  • chikko

    Love is sweeter the second time around, as they say. but, the “energy” is still a factor after the marriage. the question that may be raised is, can the old man still perform what he is expected to do? if not, that might be frustrating. :-)

    • No Benta

      Well, they can do ANALysis . Companionship is what they seek as years goes and wear them down.

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