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  • alyssa-chariceCharice reveals that they’ve been on for almost a year now and, if they’d be given the chance, she wants to marry her in a same-sex wedding. “Dream come true for me ang day na naging kami,” she confesses. “The best sa akin dahil first time kong naipaglaban nang sobra ang taong mahal ko.

     

    This October, first anniversary na namin together. Ang malinaw sa akin, nakikita ko siya sa future ko. ’Di ko masasabing matagal pa, basta for me, she’s the one, siya na talaga.” As of now, she has already bought a house and lot in Gulod, Cabuyao, Laguna where they plan to live together as permanent companions. It’s common knowledge that Charice’s mom Raquel rejects her relationship with Alyssa. How are they now?

    “We’re okay, better than before na sobra ang tension. As of now, medyo kalmado na. I really miss her and my brother Carl. Silang family ko so I will always love them.”

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