- Sylvia Sanchez reveals what she really thought of Maine Mendoza when her son, Arjo Atayde introduced her
- Sylvia and Maine met each other last May 23 over dinner
- According to Arjo's mom, she doesn't care who her son is in a relationship with as long as she respects and loves their family
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Sylvia Sanchez shared her first impression on Maine Mendoza when she first met her.
KAMI learned from PUSH that the veteran actress and the Dubsmash Queen met each other over dinner last May 23.
According to Sylvia, Maine is a very respectful yet shy girl when her son, Arjo first introduced her. In an interview with Ricky Lo on 'The Philippine Star,' the celebrity mom said:
She was respectful and pleasant na bata. Her first words were, 'Hi po, tita!' She seemed shy when Arjo introduced her to me. Ang lamig-lamig ng kamay niya.
Sylvia pointed out that she had a good feeling about Maine. She also mentioned that she's quite humble.
The whole time, ang gaan ng feeling ko sa kanya. Hindi ko naramdaman na, 'Hey, I am Maine Mendoza; sikat ako!' Nothing like that. She introduced herself as Nicomaine Mendoza, her real name, so it meant that she was there not as Maine Mendoza the star but Nicomaine Mendoza the private person.
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In a previous report by , Maine Mendoza and Sylvia Sanchez were spotted following each other on Instagram.
Maine Mendoza is a Filipino actress, internet personality, singer, and television host. She rose to fame thanks to her role as Yaya Dub in 'Eat Bulaga.' Maine graduated with a Bachelor's degree in hotel, restaurant and institution management major in culinary arts at De La Salle-College of St. Benilde.
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