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Matteo Guidicelli hopes to be reconciled with Sarah Geronimo's parents 'in God's time'

By PhilSTAR L!fe Published Dec 02, 2020 9:21 am

“Things will heal.”

These were Matteo Guidicelli’s words as Toni Gonzaga asked him about his and his wife Sarah Geronimo’s relationship with the singer’s parents, Divine and Delfin Geronimo.

Matteo and Sarah tied the knot earlier this year in an intimate wedding where her parents were allegedly not invited.

Although, things remain in hot water between the newlyweds and Sarah's parents, Matteo said he still considers it “the best day” of his life.

The 30-year-old actor talked about their life as a newly married couple in Toni’s YouTube vlog on December 1, 2020.

“Before we got married, grabe ‘yung ride namin. Of course, the ride never ends, no. But a week before lockdown, Feb. 20, 2020, we got married [in] a very small wedding. A week after was supposed to be our [grand] wedding with our friends, but lockdown happened. Everything was planned," he told Toni.

“At the end of the day, it was a beautiful day of two people, synergising together as one. That was one of the best days of my life. It wasn't perfect, but I consider it the best day of my life,” he added.

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Matteo revealed that, same as most couples, he too, has been dreaming of a wedding celebrated with people closest to them.

“Of course my dream is to have like a wedding-wedding. Actually, a military wedding—that’s my dream—with relatives, friends, people that were with us since day 1,” he said.

The couple has been mum about the situation between Sarah and her parents to this day.

But the actor still has his hopes up about reconciling with them “in God’s time”, as Toni asked, “In five years, do you see yourself having dinner with your wife and her family in one table?”

Matteo replied, “Oh my gosh. I imagine that all the time. I imagine that all the time, not just for me, but obviously of course, for my wife, but mostly for my parents. Because our parents raised us up and worked hard for us that one day, they could marry a man or a woman and two families combine ba.. I think it's our family's dream, I think that's your family's dream also. One day, one day it will happen.”

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