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ACTRESS Rufa Mae Quinto and Trevor Magallanes tied the knot in a simple but star-studded wedding ceremony at the Blue Leaf Cosmopolitan in Libis, Quezon City last Friday, Nov. 25.
Quinto, 38, wore a wedding gown created by Pepsi Herrera while Magallanes, 29, donned a black suit by Edwin Tan.
The male principal sponsors were Rodolfo Puno, Dante Nico Garcia, Cesar Montano, Mario de los Reyes, Johnny Pimentel, Leonides Peña, Domingo Fernando de Guzman, Atty. Jesus Manuel Suntay, and Gerald Arcaydo.
Female principal sponsors: Charade Puno, Joyce Bernal, Wilma Galvante, Jocelyn Garcia, Rosalinda Pimentel, Anne Grace Ponte, Sara Soliven-De Guzman, Maria Cecilia Suntay, and Melissa Ramos.
Best Men: Charlie Lozano, Jan Maligaso, Victor Maligaso, and Jesse Magalllanes.
Lari Jeanne Alapag, matron of honor; Giejan Sy, Gabrielle Alexis Quinto, and Kyla Sy, maids of honor; Arnold Francis Clifford Ponce, man of honor.
Alan Niño Atienza, Jordan Lum, Eugene Bayani, Jordan Crisostomo, and Jeffrey Gombio, groomsmen; and Shalani Soledad-Romulo, Camille Villar, Grace Lee, Joyce Reintegrado-Egbalic, and Criselda Janice Jaravata, bridesmaids.
In October, Quinto announced that she and Magallanes were expecting a baby girl and they will name her Alexandria.
It was in February when Quinto and Magallanes announced their engagement.
Quinto met Magallanes, during the holidays in the US.
“Sabi nung pinsan ko ipakilala kita sa Facetime kasi ang cute eh pero hindi ko pinansin. Sabi ko naku baka ma-fall lang ako. Tapos long distance pa. Sakto January 2016 hindi ako umalis ng America. Duon ko s’ya na-meet. Nag-tour kami,” she recalled.
“Mabait s’ya at pinaninindigan n’ya ako. Sa kakaganun n’ya, nag-fall na ako sa kanya. Minsan nagda-doubt ka pa pero nagdarasal na lang ako. At saka bakit pa ako matatakot? Lagi na lang ako takot sa lovelife. So this time tinodo ko na rin,” Quinto added.
Asked how Magallanes proposed, Quinto said: “He mentions all the time na ‘You have to get married na. Marrying age ka na.’ Then nagtext ako sa kanya ng, ‘Good morning. I think I want to get married.’ Sabi n’ya, ‘OK.’ Ganun lang ka-casual.”
In 1997, Quinto played lead for the first time in the movie “Gloria, Gloria Labandera.” She later starred in “Booba” in 2001 and she followed it up with “Super B.” (ROBERT R. REQUINTINA)