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‘Marriage won’t affect my roles’ – Anne Curtis

/ 03:50 PM May 18, 2018

Anne Curtis. Photo by INQUIRER.net/Clarizel Abanilla

Unlike other married celebrities who carefully choose their roles upon marriage, Princess of All Media Anne Curtis said nothing close to such would happen to her and she would be continuing with her acting despite being married.

She also does not believe that an actor’s craft should be limited just because of marriage.

“I don’t think how our personal lives are should change our choices of roles ‘yung tipong hindi ka na pwedeng maging daring, hindi ka na pwede magbaliw-baliwan role. Siguro mas makakatulong ang pagiging married ko kapag ang role ko is kung kinasal na ba siya or going through marriage,” she said at the media launch of her upcoming movie “Sid and Aya: Not a Love Story” on May 17 which she top-bills with former “T.G.I.S” co-star Dingdong Dantes.

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“Walang restrictions si Erwan, he’s one who understands and admire the arts so hindi siya ganung klase,” she added.

Curtis is known for acing varied roles from across genres such as drama, action, fantasy, daring and many others. But even after her marriage, she assured her fans that the actress that she was prior to her wedding with food enthusiast Erwan Heussaff would remain.

As for having a baby, the actress is in no hurry to be a mother yet.

“Ine-enjoy ko lang po ‘yung lahat ng ginagawa ko ngayon, I just stay passionate with everything that I do, and siguro when the time comes na ibibigay ni Lord sa’kin and pagiging isang mommy, I’ll be even more passionate about it,” she said.

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