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Why no honeymoon for newlywed Max Collins

/ 12:03 AM January 22, 2018

Max Collins

After getting married last December, Max Collins is now looking forward to “discovering new things” about her husband, Pancho Magno.

“He’s now moving his stuff into our place. I have been with him for four years and I feel like I know him very well. But, it would be nice to see a new side of him,” she told reporters at a recent press conference for GMA 7’s new sexy comedy series, “The One that Got Away.”

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The 25-year-old Kapuso star is also excited to do home improvement projects and, yes, household chores. “We want to spruce up the interiors, especially our kitchen,” she related. “He’s more used to cooking, but I’m not, so I’d love to learn.”

Because Max and Pancho are currently busy with their respective television shows (Pancho is part of “Haplos”), they had to forgo their honeymoon—at least, for now. “We had to skip it because we were busy,” said Max, who would love to go on a European tour this year once their schedule frees up.

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“Spain, Italy and Greece are at the top of our list,” added Max, who doesn’t see herself having a baby any time soon. “Maybe in two years’ time?”

On career choices, Max said: “It’s OK if he has a say in my career. Because as a wife, I would like to have a say in his, too,” she said.—ALLAN POLICARPIO

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