Rufa Mae Quinto is pregnant, according to close friend Grace Lee
The 37-year-old actress' close friend shared the happy news on her Instagram account. More details, here.
It appears actress/comedienne Rufa Mae Quinto is pregnant. This is according to one of her closest friends, TV host Grace Lee.
The latter shared a photo on Instagram of the two of them with the caption:
“Nothing better on this rainy day afternoon than pigging out with this glowing lady. Three cups of rice for us two.”
Her fiance Trevor is a Filipino-American financial analyst nine years her junior. The two look very much in love and frequently post sweet snaps on their respective instagram accounts.
“To me, age is not a factor; what affects me is how age could affect how you could start a family. That’s my only a concern. I want to have a baby,” Trevor told the Inquirer in May 2016.
“He wants to give me a baby na,” added Rufa Mae. “Pero no need to rush naman kasi may time pa naman. That’s why we wanna get married para we will be blessed more.”
Next page: Learn more about Rufa Mae and Trevor’s love story
Rufa Mae met Trevor on her fifth trip to the United States. Years before meeting her up close, however, Trevor had already been a fan of the sexy comedienne, having subscribed to TFC (The Filipino Channel) and seeing her on GMA-7.
Trevor gushed in a previous interview how she stood out compared to all the actresses he saw on TV. He even remembers wishing he could be with someone like her. As fate would have it, he got his wish and so much more. He got his “dream girl”.
As for their upcoming nuptials, they haven’t revealed much yet but what’s certain is that it will happen in the Philippines.
They do, however, have different preferred honeymoon destinations: Rufa Mae dreams of going to Paris while Trevor would prefer somewhere tropical like Thailand, Indonesia or our very own Palawan.
In the same interview, Rufa Mae assured her fans that married life will not be the end of her showbiz career; she and Trevor came to a mutual agreement to both be based in the Philippines.
“Here, the life is so much better. I feel like the values are so much different,” he confided in the Inquirer. “The people are always happy. Filipinos are caring and respectful. I personally will choose to live here.”
theAsianparent has contacted Rufa Mae but we’ve yet to receive a response, as of press time. Check back here for updates.
We wish Rufa Mae and Trevor the very best!
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