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LOOK: Aicelle Santos, Mark Zambrano’s pre-wedding shoot in scenic Switzerland

/ 12:56 PM March 21, 2019

Actress Aicelle Santos and news anchor Mark Zambrano chose picturesque Switzerland for their pre-wedding photo shoot.

Santos was part of the “Miss Saigon” cast as showgirl Gigi Van Tranh in the UK’s touring cast. The tour was in Zurich from late November to January this year.

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When Zambrano paid a visit, the sun was out, but the couple was wrapped in coats and puffer jackets as the weather was chilly.

The shoot was done around Old Town Zurich, known for its cobbled streets and medieval buildings, as seen in the pictorial shared by Nice Print Photo Wednesday, March 20, on Instagram.

The shots show the couple laid back as they hold hands while taking a stroll through the city.

“Excited to walk this path with you,” Santos wrote of a picture of them walking past the St. Peter Church.

The couple also got a view of the Rhine Falls, where they posed on a bench. Zambrano said on Instagram, “Falling for you. Like I do every day.”

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By Rhein Falls. Falling for you. Like I do everyday. #AiMarked 📷: @niceprintphoto

A post shared by Mark Zambrano (@markzambrano) on

Zambrano proposed to Santos in March last year, weeks before she left for the “Saigon” tour.  /ra

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