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LOOK: Gloria Diaz’s daughter Ava Daza is now engaged

By: - Reporter
/ 11:48 AM January 03, 2019

MANILA, Philippines — The start of 2019 is pretty great for Gloria Diaz’s daughter Ava Daza as she just got engaged with boyfriend Luch Zanirato.

Daza announced the news in an Instagram post on Wednesday captioned: “Soo, this happened!!! And it was the most perfect moment ever.”

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“I also love how nervous he was. Anyway, I still can’t get over it!!! I’m marrying my best friend,” she added.

Daza further said, “P.s. the ring didn’t fit lol how do guys get girls’ ring sizes without giving the surprise away??”

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Gloria Diaz commented on the photo saying “Ava take your time! No rush. Love you both LUCH&AVA!”

Screengrab from @avadiazdaza

Many personalities also congratulated the couple including Erwan Heussaff, Anne Curtis, Iza Calzado, Jasmine Curtis, Maxene Magalona, Georgina Wilson and Daza’s sibling Isabelle Daza.

Screengrab from @avadiazdaza

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Screengrab from @avadiazdaza

Meanwhile, Zanirato posted a snapshot of the ring on Daza’s pinky finger on his own Instagram account.

“Got the size completely wrong, but she still said yes. Starting 2019 right,” he wrote. /muf

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