- Marian Rivera said she was touched by Dingdong Dantes’ decision not to run for Senate
- She said he prefers to be with her, especially that she’s pregnant
- Marian wants her second baby to be a boy
Marian Rivera said she was deeply touched after her husband Dingdong Dantes opted not to run for Senator for the 2019 midterm election.
“Na-touch ako sa asawa ko na ang priority daw niya ay ‘yung pamilya namin, especially buntis ako. Gusto niya ‘palagi siyang nandiyan anytime’ na kakailanganin ko siya.
“So na-touch naman ako na between ‘yung gusto niya na mangyari para sa bansa na nandiyan din naman, mas [pinili] niya na ‘kailangan mo ako eh, kailangan nandiyan ako para sa ‘yo,'” Marian said, according to a GMA News story.
[I was touched by my husband whose priority is his family, especially now that I am pregnant. He wants to be with me anytime I need him. I was touched that between what he wants to happen in the country, he preferred me because I need him and he wants to be with me.]
Marian shared that Dingdong consulted her regarding his running for a government post to which she said she’ll support whatever he decides to do.
The actress now has a tiny baby bump, based on a Philippine Star article.
She said she wants the second baby to be a boy because she already has Zia who will be turning three next month.
“Pero kung ano ang ibigay sa akin ng Panginoon, kung babae, sabi ko nga kay Dong, ‘swerte mo, all girls kami, nag-iisa kang lalaki, di ba?’ So kahit ano, okay sa akin basta normal at healthy dahil mayroon pa akong dalawang chance kasi apat ang anak na gusto ko.”
[But, whatever God gives me if it’s a girl, I said to Dong ‘you’re lucky, we’re all girls, you’re the only man, right?’ Whatever God gives, it would be okay for me provided that the baby is normal. I still have two chances because I want four children.]