Aside from the fans, it seems like Nico Bolzico is curious if Sarah Geronimo is already pregnant after tying the knot with husband Matteo Guidicelli a month ago.
During the Facebook Live broadcast of One Voice Pilipinas last Sunday, Guidicelli and Kean Cipriano asked Bolzico about his experience as a first-time father to daughter Thylane who is now three months old.
The businessman said, “It’s good. we take turns in taking care of Thylane. I think that’s one of the best things about this quarantine, we can spend time with Thylane.”
Guidicelli then told Bolzico to teach him his parenting strategies to become a good father to which the latter agreed before asking: “Is Sarah pregnant?”
This question seemed to have caught the multi-awarded actor off-guard.
In response, Guidicelli said, “No, no, no” and admitted that they are enjoying their time together as a married couple since it’s the first time they’ve been together after six years of dating, and they don’t feel any rush to build their own family right away.
He said: “Whatever God gives us, it would be amazing. As of now, we enjoy each other because this is the first time that we’re actually together after six years.”
He also shared that being married to Geronimo has been the best part of his life.
“It’s just one month that we’re married but every single day feels like a blessing, feels like a dream.”
It was on February 20 when the nation was shaken with the news that Geronimo and Guidecelli finally tied the knot after dating for six years. Their marriage even became controversial as Mommy Divine, the Popstar Royalty’s mother made a scene at the reception since she did not approve of the marriage.
Meanwhile, in line with the rising numbers of medical frontliners who are dying because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Geronimo together with Dr. Melfred Hernandez of UP Concert Chorus performed a duet in honor of the country’s fallen doctors.
The two sang a powerful rendition of “Paano Kita Mapapasalamatan” on Sunday which aired on ASAP Natin ‘To.
According to the Philippine Medical Association (PMA), there have been 12 doctors in the country who have died after contracting the novel coronavirus disease.
Among the fallen doctors were Dr. Raul Jara, former president of the Philippine Heart Association who was also believed as “one of the great pillars of cardiology; and Dr. Sally Gatchalian, head of the Philippine Pediatric Society and the sister of Eat Bulaga host Ruby Rodriguez.