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  • SINGER Aiza Seguerra and girlfriend, actress Liza Diño, got married on Monday (Tuesday morning in Manila) in the United States. The couple had an intimate outdoor wedding ceremony at Stones and Flowers Retreat House in Sunny Patch Lane, California, which was attended by around 50 people, mostly  family and friends from in and out of show business. Liza wore a white laced gown while the former child star donned a chocolate-colored suite.

    Guests of the couple posted several snaps on Instagram and used the hashtag #zazagothitched.

    Aiza, 31, also posted their first photo as married  couple.

    “Nagsimula na ang buhay ko,” she said.

    Sylvia Sanchez, Aiza’s costar in “Be Careful with My Heart”, witnessed the wedding with son Arjo, her husband and daughter. Arjo even posted a family photo with the newlyweds and wrote: “Happy to witness the start of your forever!”

    Aiza and Liza were engaged in February this year. The singer commissioned playwright and close friend George de Jesus if he could lend her a script where both she and Diño could play the lead part.
    Then came “Kung Paano Maghiwalay,” a small theater production staged at Teatro Hermogenes Ylagan in University of the Philippines-Diliman.

    At one segment of the musical play, Seguerra went down on one knee and asked her girlfriend’s hand in marriage in

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