LOOK: Sam Pinto visits BF Anthony Semerad’s Queensland hometown
Sam Pinto jetted off to Queensland, Australia to visit the hometown of her boyfriend, PBA player Anthony Semerad.
Czech-Filipino Semerad, who was raised in Australia, welcomed the love of his life to the Land Down Under, as seen on his Instagram post on Nov. 14. The two casually posed in front of a flower mural while sporting matching black tops and shoes, as well as denim bottoms.
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The couple paid a visit to Sirromet Winery, the place “where it all began,” according to Semerad.
While Semerad wore a plain white V-neck T-shirt, a pair of ripped jeans and black sneakers, Pinto was simple yet chic in her yellow print dress and white shoes.
A visit to Australia will not be complete without seeing animals the country is known for. Sam, who was clad in a striped spaghetti strap crop top and gray pants, was all smiles after an encounter with the rhinoceros despite the glare of the sun on Nov. 16.
Meanwhile, Semerad planned ahead, beating the heat with his white sleeveless shirt.
After their Australia zoo excursion, the two went on a road trip to the Glass House Mountains, a town named after the rugged volcanic peaks in the area.
“Don’t settle for anything else than magic,” Semerad wrote in a photo of them sitting in an open car trunk.
Of course, the certified beach babe made sure she had the chance to enjoy the beaches that Australia has to offer, heading to Gold Coast on Monday, Nov. 19. A bare-faced Pinto confidently flaunted her toned body in a turquoise deep plunge V-neck one-piece swimsuit.
Semerad, once again, expressed his love for Pinto when he uploaded photos of them together at the beach. “There are no accidental meetings between souls,” he said.
While the couple may have favored activities that bring them closer to nature, a trip to the movie studio theme park Warner Bros. Movie World is not an adventure they would miss.
Safe travels, lovebirds! JB
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