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Angeline Quinto eager to meet non-showbiz partner’s kids from past relationships

/ 03:00 PM May 22, 2022
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Nonrev Daquina and Angeline Quinto. Image: Instagram/@loveangelinequinto

Angeline Quinto opened up about her relationship with her non-showbiz partner Nonrev Daquina, disclosing that she is looking forward to meeting his other children from his past relationships.

The singer-actress answered the most asked questions from fans through a question-and-answer vlog with Daquina, as seen on her YouTube channel on Friday, May 20. Aside from sharing their love story, the couple revealed that their son Sylvio is Daquina’s fourth child as he has three daughters from his past two relationships.

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Quinto also asked Daquina if he wants her to meet his children, to which he answered affirmatively. Quinto then spoke about her willingness to reach out to them when circumstances permit.

“Ako anytime talaga, gustong-gusto ko,” she said. “Sinasabi ko ‘yan sa kanya pag nag-uusap kami, ‘Sana babe dumating ‘yung time na kaya na medyong ipaliwanag doon sa mga bata’ — kasi syempre ‘di ba may mga moment na hindi pa nila naiintindihan kasi bata pa sila — ‘pag okay na lahat at ‘pag pwede na, I’m sure makikilala ko din naman ‘yung mga anak ni Nonrev.”

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(I am very much willing and ready to see them anytime. I always tell him when we are talking to each other, “Babe, I wish the time comes when we can explain [our situation] to the kids” — of course there are moments when they would still not understand, because they are still kids — when everything is OK, I am sure I will get to meet Nonrev’s children.)

“Tsaka ako, wala pong problema sa akin ‘yun. Mas gusto ko po silang makilala bilang anak ni Nonrev at kapatid ni Sylvio,” she added. “Mas maganda ‘yung gano’n na parang ang ayos-ayos ng lahat, tanggap ng bawat isa.”

(And for me, it is not a problem at all. I really want to meet them as Nonrev’s children and Sylvio’s siblings. Meeting them is better because it would feel like everything is OK and accepted by everyone.)

Quinto also dismissed speculations that her partner only wants money from her, adding that she is actually the one who frequently borrows money from him.

“Sa totoo lang, hindi ako pine-perahan ni Nonrev, ako pa ‘yung namemera sa kanya kasi wala akong G-Cash sa cellphone ko so every time na magkukulang ‘yung pera ko, sa kanya ako nakikiusap,” she explained. “Tapos magugulat na lang ako na nakalista lahat.”

(To be honest, Nonrev does not take money from me. I am actually the one who takes money from him because I do not have G-Cash on my phone, so every time I am short on money, I ask him [to pay for me]. Then I am surprised because it turns out he lists down everything I owe him.)

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Quinto confirmed her pregnancy to the public in December last year through an exclusive interview with King of Talk Boy Abunda. A month after, she revealed that she is having a baby boy. She and Daquina welcomed Sylvio together last April 27.

Meanwhile, Quinto initially opted to keep Daquina’s identity from the public, only giving a glimpse of his face during her maternity shoot. JB

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