Mariel Rodriguez has calmed down after getting jealous over her husband Robin Padilla and co-star Kris Aquino’s love scenes in “Kailangan Ko’y Ikaw.” In fact, she feels “so blessed and grateful” because Robin wooed her back in the noontime show “Wowowillie.”
Robin went to the set of Willie Revillame’s show last Thursday, Feb. 7 and announced, “Isinoli sa akin yung singsing. Hindi ako nagbibiro. Isinoli sa akin ng asawa ko ang singsing. At yung ibang tao, akala nakikipaglokohan ang asawa ko. Hindi po kami marunong makipagbolahan. Totoo ang lahat na nararamdaman ng asawa ko, kaya sana ho, kung sinuman yung mga naninira na sinasaktan niyo pa ang asawa ko, pasalamat ka hindi kita makita sa TV. Pasalamat ka kasi social media, ang tatapang ho ng mga tao diyan, kasi hindi kayo nakikita. Pero para sa isang lalaki, napakasakit na hindi mo maipagtanggol ang asawa mo.”
No to love scenes
Mariel, who was on stage with Robin and Willie, said she doesn’t mind seeing her husband in kissing scenes, But she’s “not comfortable” if he does love scenes.
Robin proceeded to put the ring back on Mariel’s finger, Robin assured her that he loves her dearly and asked her not to return the ring to him again.
“Natural lamang magselos. Hindi masama ang magselos. Dahil ang ibig sabihin noon, mahal niya ako,” Robin said.
The action star credits Kris for helping him reach out to Mariel.
“Gusto kong magpasalamat kay Kris Aquino dahil lumayas na ho yung asawa ko kahapon. Siya po ang kumausap kay Mariel. At maraming salamat, umuwi ho yung asawa ko,” he said.
Mariel tweeted Robin after his public declaration of love.
She vowed to be a “good girl and best wife” while apologizing for “being a brat” and posting a photo on Instagram.”
Her actions earned mixed reactions from netizens but Mariel insisted that she was just being true to her feelings.
Mariel also thanked Kris.
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