Luis Manzano, Jessy Mendiola celebrate 2 year anniversary with trip to Europe

Luis Manzano, Jessy Mendiola celebrate 2 year anniversary with trip to Europe

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Whenever a celebrity couple breaks up, it feels like love itself is dead. If even the genetically blessed, talented, successful people can’t make it work, then how can we regular mortals expect a Happily Ever After? Luckily, there’s still more than enough couples out there keeping the dream alive for us and being #Goals together everyday. One such pair is Jessy Mediola and Luis Manzano. The pair recently celebrated their two years together as a couple in the most extra and romantic way possible: a trip Europe.

Lucky for us, the dreamy duo shared their best moments on social media. Yes, it gave us all the feels (all the good ones definitely)

The day of their anniversary, the couple shared matching snaps of each other on Instagram with accompanying love notes for captions. Mendiola wrote a touching insight into their relationship, saying: “It’s our second year together yet it feels like our first few months together, with the added bonus of having more positive things coming our way”.

“From the very beginning, you always treated me so special…You’re my partner in everything, you even do things against your will (like walking so much and taking pictures) just to make me happy,” she continued.

37-year old television host Manzano returned the PDA with his own public declaration of love. “Thank you for being the best travel partner, dive buddy (even if nanghahabol ka ng barracuda (even if you chase barracudas)) and howhow in life,” Manzano shared in the caption of a photo of the two about to lock lips. ‘Howhow’ is the couple’s insider nickname. He also added:  “i always thank God you went to my birthday party 2 years ago (kahit na ayaw mo naman talaga)”

The pair began hanging out after Manzano’s birthday in 2016. They publicly confirmed their relationship in July of the same year.

Photo from Instagram @senorita_jessy



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