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Matteo happy celebrating first birthday as husband to Sarah

By: - Reporter
/ 11:53 PM March 26, 2020

MANILA, Philippines — Actor Matteo Guidicelli turned a year older on Thursday, and he couldn’t be any happier as it was celebrated his first birthday as a husband.

In an Instagram post, Matteo was all praise to his wife, pop royalty Sarah Geronimo.

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“Thank you Mrs. Guidicelli for everything,” Matteo wrote. “First birthday with you as your husband and I will forever cherish every single day with you.”

Matteo added that the most recent days reminded him of how life is “precious.”

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“Family, friends, loved ones and everyone out there, thank you very much for the greetings! God bless us all. Stay safe everyone,” he added.

Before this post, netizens speculated that Sarah hacked her husband’s Instagram account and shared her birthday greeting to him.

“Happy Birthday to my loving and caring husband!!” the post read.

Previously, the couple’s marriage sent shockwaves as it was marred with scandal. It was reported that during the nuptials, the singer’s mother showed up unannounced and that the actor punched Sarah’s close-in security detail.

Edited by JPV

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