Marriage may sound very easy and simple to some of us. But it really is something full of responsibilities, sacrifices, and of course beautiful and unforgettable moments. It is a life-changing decision but it can also be one of the best decisions you can ever make in your life. Especially when you met the right person at the most perfect time. Just like what happened to the award-winning actress Valerie Concepcion who recently tied the knot with her non-showbiz boyfriend Francis Sunga.
It was last December 28 when the couple finally tied the knot. Their beautiful garden wedding ceremony took place at The Hills at Silang Cavite. A lot of their closest friends and family members shared photos and videos of the newlywed in different social media platforms with a hashtag #FRANKLYinlovewithV.
Some of the famous personalities who attended their wedding are celebrity couples Dianne Medina and Rodjun Cruz, and Lara Quigaman and Marco Alcaraz. Valerie and Francis had been together more than a year and a half before their engagement was announced in August 2018 through the actress’ Instagram account which is actually a month after their actual engagement.
Based on some reports, Valerie and Francis met each other as the latter had a vacation here in the Philippines in 2017. Valerie’s friend happened to be Francis’ cousin who was the reason why they had met and known each other. The couple had a long-distance relationship since Francis is based in Guam working as a clerk. They both have their child from their previous relationships, Valerie has a 14-year-old daughter named Heather while Francis has a 10-year-old daughter from his relationship before.
They had a three-week honeymoon in Europe. Valerie revealed in her previous interview that they are both willing to move to Guam or the Philippines but they had no final plans yet. She wanted to pursue acting but she really wanted them to be together as a family already that is why she is open in moving to Guam. She also wanted Francis to pursue his career being a Deputy Marshall at the Supreme Court of Guam. But her husband is also open in moving here to put up his own business.