LOOK: Nadine Lustre, James Reid hike up Mt. Ulap | Inquirer Entertainment

LOOK: Nadine Lustre, James Reid hike up Mt. Ulap

/ 12:28 PM January 07, 2020

After shutting down breakup rumors, Nadine Lustre and James Reid started the new decade by hiking in Mt. Ulap in Benguet.

The on-screen and real-life couple braved the mountain with some of their friends, as seen in Jeriko Tan’s Instagram post yesterday, Jan. 6. Tan works for Reid’s record label Careless Music Manila.

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“Started 2020 right,” he said. “Great views and great company.”

Tan also posted photos of the group enjoying the view from the mountain, as well as other moments from their outdoor adventure.

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Lustre and Reid made headlines recently when rumors of the couple parting ways circulated on social media.

Days after the speculations began, the actress shut down the breakup rumors by calling out entertainment columnist Ricky Lo over an article he wrote on her supposed split with Reid. 

In his piece, Lo claimed that a report by Philippine Entertainment Portal that the two had ended their relationship due to “irreconcilable differences” was “true, and not fake news.”

Lustre and Reid celebrated their third anniversary in February 2019. A month later, Reid revealed that they live together.  /ra

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