- Carmina Villaroel and Zoren Legaspi revealed that their twins Mavy and Cassy have been receiving offers from the showbiz industry
- However, both opted for their teens to prioritize their studies
- Zoren said he would consider allowing the pair to star in sitcoms, but not in teleseryes as it would compromise with their academic performance
Celebrity couples Carmina Villarroel and Zoren Legaspi are both proud of their twins' latest achievement.
On April 3, Carmina revealed that her children Cassy and Mavy each received a gold certificate of subject excellence for the 2017-2018 school year at their school's "Reading of Honors."
The twins just finished Grade 11 at the Reedley International School.
The proud mommy wrote, "Reading of Honors for my twins—Cassy and Mavy. Congratulations, guys. Good job! One proud momma here.
"Sayang tatay has taping today but he's super proud of you two. I love you my super twins."
The twins have been consistent honor students.
They also bagged three certificates—gold and silver for subject excellence and another one for deportment last year.
The proud parents Carmina Villaroel and Zoren Legaspi opened up about the offers the siblings have been receiving for a while now.
They shared that aside from the usual TV commercials they produce as a family; their children have been invited to further hone their skills in acting.
However, Carmina preferred for her kids to focus on their studies first.
Furthermore, the actress said that Mavy and Cassy get to experience the best of both worlds as they occasionally make a guest appearance on ASAP (which they particularly enjoy, according to Carmina) and do endorsements.
Villarroel was previously married to Rustom Padilla (later BB Gandanghari) in 1994 the two had no children, but filed for annulment several months after, which was granted in 2002.
Villarroel married her partner Zoren Legaspi on November 15, 2012; the couple had their twins Maverick Peter and María Cassandra on January 6, 2001 in the United States.
Legaspi planned a surprise proposal and civil wedding with the help of their families and the network.
The ceremony was later air the following Saturday as the television special Zoren-Carmina: Always Forever, A Wedding Like No Other.
The idea of a surprise proposal followed by a flashmob-style instant wedding was inspired by a remarkably similar episode of the US television programme Mobbed, hosted by Howie Mandel.
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