Amalia Fuentes getting better each day
I am more than merry this Christmas knowing that my beloved second mom, Mama Nena (Amalia Fuentes), is getting better and better each day. She is still confined in the hospital, but nurses say that her condition has improved a lot. Mama Nena is responding well to therapy. She had a haircut by our fave hairdresser, Oskee Cabeltis, and her nails cleaned in her hospital room recently. That may be a sign that she’s on the road to recovery. Perhaps the “Movie Queen” in her wants to look her best even in a hospital robe.
Alden Richards isn’t like most celebs who turn down requests for photo-ops, video greetings and autographs. The new brand ambassador of oral-glutathione Snowcaps is so accommodating to the point that his costars chide him, “Don’t be too kind and nice, because the Lord might take you early.”
During out-of-town shows, security has been doubled for Alden. This makes other celebs tease him, “Is that you, Justin Bieber or One Direction?” Pandemonium follows Alden wherever he goes. Call him Mr. Snow (Cap) White and the seven million-plus dwarfs/followers.
How time flies
Amy Perez can’t be any happier. Everything is coming up roses for her—in her personal life, as well as career. She has been tapped as the endorser of Strike Multi-Insect Killer. On the domestic front, Amy and hubby Carlo Castillo celebrated their first wedding anniversary.
“How time flies! I still can’t believe that we have been together now for nine years, although we just marked our first year as husband and wife,” she gushed. “Our relationship now is more solid and mature, because we know that we’re truly and legally together. Our respect for each other has deepened. For us, respect comes first, then next is love. We make it a point to go on a date every week.” Her advice for newlyweds?
“Observe each other’s routine and habits. Even if it’s difficult, try to accept and adjust to your partner’s habits and routine. Having a great sense of humor is a plus. Husbands should not take wives’ drama seriously and wives must avoid drama so there will be less complications. Wives must not treat their husbands as mind readers. They should say what they feel!”
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