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  • zsa-zsaKris Aquino saw Zsa Zsa Padilla wearing a trinity ring during her interview on “The Buzz.” Wasting no time, the TV host-actress asked her guest if she is already engaged to boyfriend Conrad Onglao. The singer-actress clarified that it is a promise ring. “May promise siya sa akin, so, tignan natin kung may matupad,” Zsa Zsa said.

    Kris didn’t hide her excitement and shared with Zsa Zsa the meaning of each the trinity ring’s color.

    “The pink gold symbolizes love, the yellow gold symbolizes fidelity, and the white gold symbolizes friendship. So it’s like love and friendship that will last forever,” she shared.

    Zsa Zsa and Conrad recently celebrated their 10th month as a couple in El Nido, Palawan.
    She explained, “Gusto kong makigaya ng monthsary. Sabi ko, ‘K (Karylle, her daughter), bakit ba nagmamonthsary?’ Sabi niya, ‘Kasi mama ganito yan: ’yung mga relationships ngayon mahirap na mag-last kaya nagsecelebrate na talaga (every month).”

    Paul, Toni engaged? Sandy Andolong caused a stir on social media when she referred to Toni Gonzaga as a “loyal fiancée” in a birthday greeting.

    The wife of actor Christopher de Leon quickly apologized after realizing how her statement confused netizens eagerly waiting for Paul Soriano to propose to the singer-actress. She explained she used the term based “on the fact that both have been in a very stable and God-centered relationship for years.”

    Apparently, Sandy thought fiancée “sounded more appropriate & romantic.”

    “I never realized it would cause so much commotion and reaction from so many people. Again, my deepest apology to Tin, Paul and their families for the trouble,” she continued, even thanking Toni for taking “it so well & for being very nice & understanding.”

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