- Matteo Guidicelli was interviewed by Toni Gonzaga on her YouTube vlog
- The actor said that he dreams all the time of being in good terms with Sarah’s parents
- According to Matteo, his parents also desire to be in good terms with Sarah’s family
- However, Matteo is hopeful that he will have a good relationship with Sarah’s parents in the future
Matteo Guidicelli gave an insightful and heartwarming interview to Toni Gonzaga on the latter’s vlog on YouTube.
KAMI learned that one of the topics they discussed is the family of his wife, Sarah Geronimo.
When Toni asked Matteo if he dreams of being in good terms with Sarah’s mother, Mommy Divine, and father, Daddy Delfin, the actor said that he imagines it all the time.
He said that his parents have always dreamt that their daughter-in-law’s family would be in good terms with their family.
Despite their rocky relationship, Matteo is hopeful that he will have a good relationship with Sarah’s parents in the future.
“In God’s time, things will heal, things will be better. I imagine that all the time. Not just for me, but obviously, primarily for my wife, but also for my family, my parents.
“I believe our parents raised us up, worked so hard for us, that one day, they can marry a woman or man, and then two families combine. That’s our family’s dream. One day it will happen,” Matteo told Toni.
Matteo Guidicelli is an actor and endorser in the Philippines. Aside from his showbiz career, Matteo is also a successful businessman. He is married to famous singer and actress, Sarah Geronimo.
The Kapamilya star made headlines this year after he reportedly got into an argument with Sarah’s mother Divine when the couple got married in private. According to rumors, Sarah’s parents were not invited to the wedding because they are against the idea of their daughter and Matteo getting married.
He also went viral months ago for his post about the ABS-CBN shutdown. Matteo Guidicelli expressed on social media his concern and sympathy for the thousands of employees affected by the network’s crisis.
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