LOOK: Gerald Anderson, Bea Alonzo enjoy Japan winter
Gerald Anderson and Bea Alonzo are spending the last days of the year together in the cold Japan winter.
The two showbiz stars, who have been low-key about their relationship, revealed in their respective Instagram accounts that they have been touring Japan with companions that include Anderson’s father, Gerald Randy Anderson Sr.
Both Alonzo and Anderson have been sharing solo pictures of themselves as they toured the country. Alonzo posted on Dec. 27 that she was in Osaka, and the day after, in Kyoto.
Yesterday, Dec. 30, she shared a picture of her and Anderson sitting together with a resting deer in Nara. Alonzo said that while she was “a little freaked out,” the deer were friendly.
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S M I L E —————————————————- Todai-ji Temple • NARA These sacred deer around the temple will definitely put a smile on your face. But to be honest, I was a little freaked out. 🙈 (ako lang yun , friendly sila, promise !) @andersongeraldjr was having a blast. Check out the huge buddah inside the temple to complete this awesome experience 👍🏻 #btravels #nara
Anderson seemed to have found a special bond with the deer as he shared pictures of him feeding the creatures.
One even gave him a peck on his face.
On their Instagram Stories yesterday, the two shared videos of their trip en route to snowy Niseko in Hokkaido, which is currently in below zero weather.
Amid the chilly temperature, Anderson shared a picture of himself shirtless today, Dec. 31, in the hotel room with the white-topped mountains in view.
Niseko is known for its ski slopes, so perhaps some winter sports could be next on their adventure before welcoming the new year.
While they have not been vocal of their status, Alonzo said last October on “Gandang Gabi Vice” that a second chance with Anderson was worth it. Last May, she told ABS-CBN that she was “technically single” but that she and Anderson were still on speaking terms. Since then, they have been spotted in events together, such as the ABS-CBN Ball last September. JB
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