Celebrity relationships have always been exposed to the public. Whether it be international or local personalities, their fans are always updated with latest news about their love lives. An example of this phenomenon would be Andi Eigenmann’s break-up with her non-showbiz boyfriend, Emilio Arambulo.
It goes without saying that fans of the actress were saddened upon hearing the sudden news, but Andi Eigenmann immediately responded that she is okay.
The “Camp Sawi” star didn’t seem the least bit bothered by what happened especially during her interview for the movie, “The Maid in London.” When asked about her partner’s reaction to the movie, Andi asked if they were referring to her daughter Ellie.
“I don’t have a partner. I’m single right now… Happily single—yes, by choice.”
The 28-year-old actress didn’t disclose the reason behind ending her two-year relationship with Emilio. If you can remember, Andi Eigenmann confirmed their relationship November of 2016 via Instagram. Although the split seems amicable and the actress hasn’t deleted their pictures on social media, it’s obvious that Emilio has been relatively silent about the whole thing.
However, it seems like the actress has once again found a new man to dote on. Fans were curious after Andi uploaded a controversial photo of her with another guy. In the photo, she can be seen sharing a sweet hug with this mystery man.
Of course, speculations are on the rise. People are saying that this is the actress’ new boyfriend and we can’t deny that some of their cozy, romantic pictures can prove that their relationship is true.
One of the photos bear this caption: “Days like this pono nan kalipay,” and “Pono nan kalipay” means full of happiness. It’s not hard to think that something is going on between these two. There were netizens who identified this handsome stranger as Philmar Alipayo, a surfer in Siargao who was recently crowned as the first Filipino surfing champ.
But things will stay as specualtions and rumors since neither Andi nor Philmar gave their opinions about the issue.