Sunday, 26 November 2017

Ferdinand Marcos Grandson Marries Woman From Presidential and Political Rival

This couple proves that love can conquer all even their family has a rival history. Marcos and Manglapus are presidential and political rivals.

Raul Manglapus is a presidential candidate in 1965 but lost to Ferdinand Marcos. Manglapus exiled to the United States of America during nationwide Martial law for 14 years, and Marcos refused to allow his family to join him in exile. Manglapus family has no other choice but to exile the country through a backdoor. Warrant arrest has been issued to Manglapus and will be given to him if he returns to the country.

But all is in the past now, and in a not secret but private ceremony in Makati, the Grand Children of Ferdinand Marcos and his political rival Raul Manglapus got married last Wednesday, November 22, 2017. 

This makes the disputes between both families ends. 

The groom was the second among the three sons of Imee Marcos named Michael Ferdinand Manotoc and Married to the beautiful granddaughter of opposition candidate Raul Manglapus named Carina Amelia Manglapus.

image source: facebook/Imee Marcos

image source: facebook/Imee Marcos

image source: facebook/Imee Marcos

image source: facebook/Imee Marcos

image source: facebook/Imee Marcos

image source: facebook/Imee Marcos

Michael and Carina prove that nothing is impossible with love even when it comes to a family political duel which has we always considered an endless clash.

Just like her grandfather, Michael is a Law-graduate in the University of the Philippines and a bar exam passer in 2014 while her bride Carina is a creative writing degree holder from the Ateneo de Manila University and now has a career in singing.

image source: facebook/Imee Marcos

The couple was met in 2014 in a wedding ceremony and also a Marco's grandson's Luis Marcos-Araneta and Xandra Rocha, where Carina was a guest of the bride.

Last Saturday, the traditional celebration held in their hometown this celebration happens when an Ilocano couple gets married outside of their hometown — called “bales” followed at the San Agustin Church in Paoay, Ilocos Norte.

source: kickerdaily


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