Matteo Guidicelli and Sarah Geronimo

Matteo Guidicelli and Sarah Geronimo. Image: Instagram/@matteog

Sarah Geronimo plus her husband Matteo Guidicelli encouraged the public to check animals that are up for adoption after they visited a nonprofit that campaigns against animal cruelty.

Guidicelli gave a glimpse of their visit to the Animal Kingdom Foundation’s save center, on his Instagram page yesterday, Nov. 7.


“We visited @akfanimalrescue  and found out that the ‘dog meat trade’ in the Philippines still happens in some parts of the particular country. We listened to all the heart breaking recovery stories, ” he told fans.

Guidicelli then expressed appreciation for volunteers of the organization, and noted that the center has dogs that will are on with adoption.





“[They] have over 200 beautiful dogs up with regard to adoption. Check them out there, ” he stated.

Geronimo and Guidicelli, who marked their second anniversary last February, wed in a secret Christian wedding in 2020. However , Geronimo’s mother found out about the ceremony and reportedly confronted the particular couple during their reception. There were also claims that Guidicelli punched Geronimo’s bodyguard throughout the event, though this was later denied by the actor.

Despite part of their own wedding day turning sour, Guidicelli admitted in December 2020 that this individual hoped in order to reconcile with his wife’s family. Geronimo also addressed her parents, Delfin plus Divine, in a now-deleted Instagram post in which she asked for forgiveness regarding recent “life decisions” that will affected their particular relationship.   / ra



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