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‘PBB’ alum Dionne Monsanto marries BF in Switzerland

/ 04:52 PM March 11, 2021

After years of long-distance relationship, Dionne Monsanto wed her boyfriend, Ryan Stalder, last March 8.

The two tied the knot in Bern, she said on Instagram today, March 11.


The couple looked blissful during their wedding day—Monsanto in an understated mermaid tail dress and Stalder in an off-white suit.

“Our story is 14 years in the making—from friends to bf-gf to married,” the Cebuana said of their union. “Soulmates are real, and I’m so grateful to have found mine.”


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Celebrations were done at the back of a Volkswagen van, a.k.a. their bridal car. Food and drinks were served outdoors, where it appeared to be a chilly and bright day.

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Monsanto announced last February that she was retiring from show biz and was going to live with Stalder in Switzerland. The couple has been together since 2018 after Stalder visited the Philippines to open a restaurant-resort in Siargao.

She started her showbiz career in “Pinoy Big Brother.” Her TV shows include “Tubig at Langis,” while her last project was the “Hello, Stranger” movie.  /ra



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