Ai-Ai delas Alas marks 2 years of marriage by watching wedding video for the first time
Comedienne and actress Ai-Ai delas Alas celebrates two years of marriage with husband Gerald Sibayan today, Dec. 12.
Delas Alas posted pictures from their wedding day on Instagram yesterday, Dec. 11 and dedicated a sweet message to him.
“Sa aking pogi at mabait na asawa (To my handsome and kind husband)… may we have more years together with love, prosperity and happiness,” she said.
“Happy 2nd wedding anniversary my darl may our love get stronger and deeper.”
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Sa aking pogi at mabait na asawa .. may we have more years together with love , prosperity and happiness… happy 2nd wedding anniversary my darl may our love get stronger and deeper … salamat binigay ka ng DYOS sa akin .. the best sya talaga kasi the best ang binigay nya saken na makakasama ko sa buhay .. 12-12-12 midnite dapat kaso baka maka tulog na ako 😂💚 #2ndweddinganniversary #husbandandwifeforlife #angsayakosapicture #masmasayakosaearth
She also released their wedding video on 12 noon today, revealing that it was her first time to watch it. Delas Alas said on Instagram, “[S]a totoo lang nakakatawa pareho hindi pa namin napapanood na [mag-asawa] tong wedding namin as in sa [YouTube pa lang]… kakaloka 2 years na ngayun ko [pa lang] mapapanood.”
(Honestly it is funny that we both have not watched our wedding, as in only on YouTube… it is crazy that only after 2 years will I watch it.)
The video, titled “Ai do”, is up on her YouTube channel “AIflix”.
Besides the touching moments as they became husband and wife in a Quezon City church, the video shows the many celebrities who showed up at the wedding. These include Piolo Pascual and Alden Richards who read during the mass. Others present were Marian Rivera and Dingdong Dantes, Vic Sotto and Pauleen Luna and matron of honor Sharon Cuneta. JB
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