Maxine Magalona and Roby Mananquil Wedding Plans

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  • Maxene Magalona said the details to her wedding to model Robby Mananquil have yet to be finalized but as soon as they are, she will tell her fans.

    “I’m a very traditional kind of girl na I love girly classic pieces so I guess it will be something along that line. Pero wala pa akong naiiisip na final na design na style. With my career, nothing is going to change. It’s still

    going to be the same. He will always be the supportive partner that I’ve always had and I’m just so lucky to be with him,” she revealed.

    She shared she and her fiance have already discussed how many kids they want to have.

    “Because Rob is a twin he wants to have twins (laughs). So if you guys think wedding preparations is hard, how much more when you have kids ‘di ba? He wants twins and I’m like, okay, sige. It’s easy for the husband to

    say, but I can see how hands on he is with the wedding so I’m hoping and I’m sure he will also be a hands-on father,” Maxene divulged, “So I’m excited for that. I think maybe [we’ll have] two to three kids.”

    Robby and Maxene got engaged last Valentine’s Day.

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