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  • QUEEN of All Media Kris Aquino remains firm in keeping her romantic life private. After posting cryptic love messages on Instagram for a few weeks now, the televi­sion host was bombarded with questions from her fans on the identity of the mystery guy she’s dating. Aquino also took the image-sharing ap­plication to explain that she read all the messages but decided to keep her love life away from the prying eyes of the public.

    “I can’t pretend I haven’t read your com­ments, questions & speculations about my relationship status & part of that is my fault for sharing so much of my heart in these posts, but I want what we have to work so forgive me for choosing to not reveal his identity,” she wrote.

    The Presidential sister knows that she makes a living from the love and support of the viewers, but said “I owe myself this chance at lasting happiness.” Aquino added that they are work in prog­ress but this mystery guy encourages her to be her best. She also described him as the one “I’ve been praying for.”

    “I’m learning understanding, respect, and maturity because he is intelligent, hard working, patient, simple, humble, funny, grounded & stable, YES he is what I’ve been praying for,” she said.

    “Thank you to all those wishing me hap­piness, I am genuinely touched by your af­fection for me,” she ended.

    To recall, the television host started to open up again about her romantic life last February. Kris revealed she was “semi-heart­broken” during her birthday but moved on and seemed to be seeing another man.

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