Moms and Dads

10 Celebrity Parents Who Keep The Love Alive

The terms “Sana ol” and “May Forever” exist because these celebrities do their best to keep the love alive even as parents.

A lot of marriages crumble and fail when parents forget that they’re a couple. While there’s nothing wrong with prioritizing the kids above all things, these celebrity parents struck a balance and actively do their best to keep the love and romance alive in their relationship. The best part is that these celebrity parents are not ashamed to show it.

1. Dingdong Dantes and Marian Rivera

Several series and films later, the king and queen of primetime TV Dingdong Dantes and Marian Rivera continue to inspire to this very day. While juggling tight schedules, a variety of acting gigs, international trips, and parenting Zia and Sixto Dantes in between, they find all sorts of ways to keep the love alive.

2. Nico Bolzico and Solenn Heusaff

Authentic humor is the name of the game when it comes to the Heusaff-Bolzico household. Nico Bolzico takes pride in being part and being the founder of the “bullied husbands club“. Solenn also makes an effort to catch romantic moments when Tili Bolzico is settled down. She even joins in the fun when things get topsy turvy at home.

3. Troy Montero and Aubrey Miles

Tying the knot last June 9 after 18 years of being together, celebrity parents Troy and Aubrey have kept the love alive. They go on dates and are open about their expression with one another. It doesn’t have to be some steamy excursion. Snuggles, hugs, and awkward attempts to flirt are just as cute and appreciated.

4. Edu Manzano and Cherry Pie Picache

It’s always important to have adventures together as chronicled by the heads of the Piedu Household, Edu Manzano and Cherry Pie Picache. They also made sure that their kids approved of the relationship or at least felt safe with it before becoming a couple.

5. Chito Miranda and Neri Naig

Lead singer of Parokya ni Edgar Chito Miranda has never been shy about sharing how lucky he is to be with Neri and each of her milestones. He made it quite clear on his Instagram that having Neri Naig become his wife was the jackpot. “Ayun…kaya ako swerte, at kaya ako naka-jackpot sa kanya. 😁👍🏻❤️,” he writes.

6. Juancho Trivino and Joyce Pring

There’s no choosing in this family as celebrity dad Juancho Triviño declares Joyce Pring to always be his number 1 and their son, Eliam, to be number 1.5.

7. Rodjun Cruz and Dianne Medina

In almost every post they have of one another, celebrity parents Rodjun Cruz and Dianne Medina never fail to praise one another for the little victories they have as parents or as individuals.

8. Ogie Alcasid and Regine Velasquez

Tight schedules and lots of acting gigs may keep the money going. But the love may sometimes end up leaving. So the question is, how do veterans like celebrity parents Ogie Alcasid and Regine Velasquez do it? By immortalizing the little moments.

9. Katarina Rodriguez and Nino Barbers

While Quino is a great source of “sonshine”, celebrity parents Katarina Rodriguez and Niño Barbers keep it authentic and real with their love on the beach.

10. Lara Quigaman and Marco Alcaraz

Being the only queen in a house full of kings is not easy. But Marco Alcaraz makes sure that Beauty Queen Lara Quigaman doesn’t forget that she was declared Miss International in 2005 for a reason. Their travel vlogs together show how wholesome their dynamics are, even thanking their family members for holding the fort with the three boys for a while.

Love should not have to die when kids arrive.

Whether it’s out of embarrassment or being more focused on the kids, displays of affection usually disappear because there’s a new focus. But if these celebrity parents show it’s okay to be openly affectionate — even on social media — then, there’s nothing to fear in keeping the love alive at home.

More about romance and love while parenting:

Valentine’s Date Ideas: How To Play It Safe Without Scrimping On Romance
7 Times Dingdong Dantes Made Sure Everyone Knew Marian Rivera Was His Queen
5 Love Lessons We Picked Up from Cherry Pie Picache and Edu Manzano’s Q&A Vlog

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