WATCH: Jennylyn Mercado, Dennis Trillo give glimpse of ‘mountain hideaway’ house under construction
Jennylyn Mercado and Dennis Trillo treated their their fans to a sneak peek at the construction of their “hideaway” house by the mountainside, as they prepare for the arrival of their first child together.
The actors took a tour of their future home via Mercado’s YouTube vlog yesterday, Dec. 18. The two-story container house, being built in a 1,000-meter lot, is about 70% completed, according to Trillo.
“[Pupunta] tayo sa bundok para silipin ang aming mountain hideaway. Seven months ago, nagsimula ang construction ng aming bahay para sa aming lumalaking pamilya, and now, samahan niyo kami bisitahin ang aming future home,” the couple told fans.
(We’re going to the mountains to take a look at our mountain hideaway. Seven months ago, we started the construction of our new home for our growing family, and now, join us in visiting our future home.)
The home’s first floor features the living, kitchen and dining areas, and a guest room. Meanwhile, its second floor is allotted for the couple’s room, a nursery for their new baby, a view deck, as well as rooms for their sons Jazz (Mercado’s child with actor Patrick Garcia) and Calix (Trillo’s child with beauty queen Carlene Aguilar).
“Naisip namin na magiging beneficial para sa aming lahat na dito mag-stay dahil dito sa bundok, presko ang hangin [at] presko ang pagkain. Ito ‘yung perfect na location para magpatayo ng bagong bahay para sa aming lumalaking pamilya,” Trillo said.
(We think it would be beneficial for all of us to stay here because here at the mountains, the air is fresh and the food is fresh. It’s the perfect location to build a new house for our growing family.)
Mercado and Trillo tied the knot in an intimate civil ceremony last month. They confirmed last October that the actress is pregnant with their first child together, and revealed also last month that they are expecting a baby girl. JB
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