- Sam Pinto has just gotten married to basketball player Anthony Semerad in a lovely civil wedding
- In an Instagram story, Anthony shared a short video clip where he could be heard saying, "Mrs. Semerad, how are you?"
- The actress, who was donned in a lovely wedding gown, answered her husband, "Very good, thank you"
- The clip also gave their followers a chance to catch a glimpse of the beautiful venue, which was at a high-rise rooftop, and where they had four guests
Sam Pinto and Anthony Semerad has tied the knot in an intimate civil ceremony attended by a few people close to the couple.
The basketball player shared a short video clip where he could be heard calling his dear wife as "Mrs. Semerad."
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He asked, "Mrs. Semerad, how are you?"
Sam then replied, "Very good, thank you."
The actress earlier said that they would have a very small civil wedding and that by the end of the year, the couple would have their "semi-bigger wedding."
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Samuelle Lynne Acosta Pinto, more popularly known as Sam, started out as a print-ad and TV commercial model. At the young age of 10, she was able to land her first modeling job. She appeared in posters for Coca-Cola and other brands.
Sam Pinto and Anthony Semerad had shared to the public their stunning prenuptial photos. The celebrity couple posted the said pictures on Tuesday, February, on their respective Instagram pages. The gorgeous photos were taken by professional photographer Pat Dy at a beach in Batangas. According to Sam, their prenuptial shoot is actually her and Anthony’s first-ever professional photoshoot together.
Sam Pinto, Gwen Zamora, and the Semerad brothers mourned over the death of Sudan Daniel. Sudan died of an asthma attack on December 26, and he was declared dead on arrival at the hospital. The former NCAA MVP spent Christmas with the Semerads and their partners in Calatagan, Batangas. David Semerad leads a fundraising activity for Sudan’s funeral and the transportation of his ashes to the U.S.
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