Pia Wurtzbach admits stalking BF Jeremy Jauncey online after their first meeting
Miss Universe 2015 Pia Wurtzbach has revealed she searched for her boyfriend Jeremy Jauncey on social media after they first met, joking that she had found him “ugly.”
The beauty queen recalled that after first meeting Jauncey, she checked his photos on Instagram and thought he was not good-looking, as seen in her question and answer with fans on her Twitter page yesterday, Jan. 28. Wurtzbach was responding to a fan who asked if she tried to do a Google search on Jauncey after they first met.
“I checked his Instagram and went, ‘hmm panget (ugly),'” she said. “Charot lang hahahaha (Just kidding).”
I checked his instagram and went “hmm panget”FEATURED STORIES
— Pia Wurtzbach | yourhighness.eth (@PiaWurtzbach) January 28, 2022
Wurtzbach then told fans that she is glad to have a “balanced give and take” now, noting that her partner lets her “be the alpha” in their relationship, as seen on her Twitter page, also yesterday. She was answering a fan who asked her about something she used to believe when it comes to relationships, but no longer does.
“[I used to believe] that the man is the boss. Sobrang under ko (I was such an “under”) when I was in my early 20s. I’m glad its a balanced give and take now,” she replied. “My partner lets me be the alpha I am.”
That the man is the boss. Hahaha sobrang under ko when I was in my early 20s 🙈 im glad its a balanced give and take now. My partner lets me be the alpha I am 😄 We talk about topics like this in our podcast. 💙#AskPia https://t.co/di7q6l5XMk
— Pia Wurtzbach | yourhighness.eth (@PiaWurtzbach) January 28, 2022ADVERTISEMENT
Wurtzbach confirmed her relationship with Jauncey in June 2020 through an exclusive interview with Tatler Philippines. They celebrated their second anniversary separately on Dec. 31, 2021, though Jauncey noted that they were “together in spirit.”
The two recently reunited in Scotland, after the beauty queen spent Christmas with her family in London. /ra
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