Charo Santos love story is so touching!
CHARO SANTOS LOVE STORY – The ABS-CBN boss Charo Santos, for the first time, opened up about her love story and shared how it all happened.
The ABS-CBN network‘s boss Charo Santos, known to be really private and silent when it comes to her life and marriage. But in an interview with Boy Abunda, she revealed that the scariest thing she has ever done is marrying a divorced man twice her age with six children and enter in a life with “instant family”.
In a previous article, she disclosed that the reason why their marriage was kept out of public’s eye before is because they wanted to avoid the issues that might occur brought by the odds of their relationship. And now, in a report from PUSH, she shared how her whirlwind romance lasted.
She is married to businessman Cesar Concio whom she met when she was just on her early 20’s. He was twice her age and they met when she became a brand model for his company and at that moment, she felt that he fell in love with her instantly. He was such a gentleman which she admired the most until they become friends.
He invited her to tour Europe with his friends. She accepted it thinking that nothing is harmful and she felt safe. And right there, she never thought he’d propose to the girl he is actually in love with.
At St. Peter’s Basilica, she prayed to have a good husband and never did she have the “tiniest idea” that it was granted right there and then. And then they went to places and to her amazement, Cesar knew each of the history of the masterpieces and the story of every places.
They got to know each other better on their train ride to Paris and over dinner, thinking that he is separated, she asked of marrying someone again and he said to her ‘Yes. In fact, I was thinking of marrying you.’
Back in the country, they got their separate lives back but she discovered something withing herself. She shared, “I was falling in love with him. After four weeks, Cesar finally broke his silence and invited me to lunch. it felt good to be together again.”
“Next time we met for dinner. And then he said, ‘So when do you want to get married?’ I said, ‘Autumn would be a good time.’ Our wedding shocked Manila society and many disapproved. But I took my lead in Cesar who anchored himself on an inner stance of truth, the honest love we have for each other. If we go by dogma, fail. If we go by what is accepted by society, fail. So ano na yung truth namin? Love di ba?“
What can you say about this?