LOOK: Camille Prats, husband relive ‘mag jowa stage’ in US trip without kids
Actress Camille Prats and husband John Yambao have been reliving their “mag jowa stage” during their trip around the United States without their kids.
Prats and Yambao sometimes go on vacations with just the two of them to build a stronger connection as a married couple, Prats noted on Instagram yesterday, March 5.
“From time to time, we make it a point to go on trips just the two of us,” Prats said. “Coz we believe we can be the best parents to our kids if we are both connected as husband and wife.”
“Missing the kids but really loving our time together! Reminiscing our mag jowa stage,” she added.
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From time to time, we make it a point to go on trips just the two of us. ❤️ Coz we believe we can be the best parents to our kids if we are both connected as husband and wife. 😍 Missing the kids but really loving our time together! Reminiscing our mag jowa stage 😁😉 #onaVCation
Prats shared that they also went to Los Angeles just to watch NBA star Lebron James live, whom they are both fans of even before they became a couple.
“It’s happening!!!! When [VJ and [I] were getting to know each other, the first thing we had in common was we’re both LBJ fans!” she said. “FINALLY! The reason behind our trip to LA was really to watch him play! Lets gooooo LBJ!!!”
Further attesting to their love of the said basketball star, the couple went to the game with Lakers jerseys on with James’ number, 23.
Besides New York and Los Angeles, the couple has also gone to California, as seen on the wife’s Instagram posts.
“Thank you to my [IG] husband @vjyambao1 for patiently taking unli photos of me in the name [of] the gram,” Prats posted on March 3, showing a photo of her walking on the streets of Santa Monica.
Prats and Yambao were married back in 2017 and currently have three children together. /ra
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