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Andi Eigemann posts sweet anniversary message to BF Emilio Arambulo

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Andi Eigemann posts sweet anniversary message to BF Emilio Arambulo

By: - Entertainment Correspondent / @CAbanillaINQ
/ 07:12 PM October 21, 2017

Image: Instagram/@andieigengirl

Actress Andi Eigenmann looks happier now more than ever, thanks to her boyfriend Emilio Arambulo. After two years of being together, Eigemann makes a sweet reminder of how much she loves him.

In a recent Instagram post, the actress uploaded a photo of them together, with Arambulo trying to kick her out of the board, but she reminded him that “no matter what you do, I ain’t goin nowhere.”

But joking aside, she said she was happy being with him and that she has been better for the past two years being with him. Eigenmann also wished more adventures with the man she loves.

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“THANK YOU for being you, and all that you do. For making it easy for me to become the best person I can be. I am perfectly fine being the funny one, as long as I am paired with you! Here’s to more islands to discover, waves to surf, food to eat, and even more hang loose-er years together!! Love yo,” she said.

Controversies about her have been laid to rest for now, in contrast to recent years, which were not too kind to the actress. She hit headlines after headlines that concerned her love life and paternal issues of her daughter. She and Jake Ejercito, the biological father of her daughter, had entertained nosy netizens who engaged in heated exchanges online. /ra

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