Singer Aiza Seguerra and wife Lisa Diño took some time off after a busy campaign stint in support of presumptive President Rodrigo Duterte to go on their second honeymoon.
The happy couple took to their respective Instagram accounts and posted pictures of their trip to Cambodia.
In their posts, the couple could be seen touring the historic Angkor Wat in Siem Reap, where the Tomb Raider film was shot. The couple also posted pictures of Bayon Temple in the ancient city of Angkor Thom.
In her own post, Seguerra can be seen smiling wide with her wife and the caption read: “Second leg of our honeymoon starts NOW!!! Excited for another adventure with you love!!! Another tick off of our bucket list.”
The couple also asked their followers to send some recommendations for their visit to Cambodia.
“May recommend ba kayo dito guys? Let us know ah?” the caption read.
Seguerra and Diño went to Peru for their first honeymoon earlier this year. They exchanged their vows in a private ceremony in California in 2014.
In the past few weeks, the couple had been busy in the elections supporting the presidential campaign of now presumptive President Rodrigo Duterte.
During mid-April, the celebrity couple Liza with the help of their friends from the industry and other well-meaning supporters, were able to raise P546,000 to cover for the bail of the Kidapawan farmers, who were now facing criminal charges including illegal assembly and direct assault.
“GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYONE!!! We were able to raise funds to cover the whole amount of 546,000 to bail out our farmers!!!! Thank you LORD!!!” said Diño.
Seguerra and Diño joined other artists and known-personalities like Robin Padilla, Nora Aunor, Monique Wilson, Angel Locsin, Daniel Padilla, and siblings Anne and Jasmin Curtis who threw their support behind the farmers, whose livelihood were heavily affected by the El Niño phenomenon and who staged a rally to demand for more government assistance.
Taking a breather from their active engagement in political and social issues, the couple are now being true to what Diño posted: “Go out there, feel LIFE.”