Since they committed to a serious relationship, A Kapamilya actor Enzo Pineda is ready to level up their relationship to his long-time partner Michelle Vito.
The famous actor and one of the pride in GMA 7’s artist search “StarStruck” proudly tell the truth when he asked if he sees himself with Michelle until he’s older.
“Of course, we wouldn’t be in a relationship right now if hindi namin nakikita ‘yung future namin together. Definitely, nasa utak ko ‘yun. But as of the moment, I think dapat mag-focus muna kami sa careers namin. And Michelle is also busy with a lot of things,” As he gave statement in an interview.
“Pero ako naman, to be honest, anytime pwede naman ako. Because I really see Michelle as… alam n’yo na. And if we’re both ready, why not, ‘di ba? Ako, game na game ako. I would love to spend my time with Michelle.” He added.
“Kami ni Michelle, we always support each other in any way that we can. And I’m just really blessed to have somebody like her in my life. Kasi isa siya talaga sa reason kung bakit ko ginagawa ‘yung mga bagay na ginagawa ko. And I wouldn’t be the person that I am right now if it wasn’t for her.
“Para sa akin, totoo ‘yung sinasabi na ‘You are who you surround yourself with.’ So I’m very blessed to have a woman who supports me in any way that she can and who inspires me to become better in all aspects.
“Become a better son, brother, boyfriend, citizen, actor. So ang laking factor niya sa buhay ko in why I’m doing this. And I guess, nakikita naman natin na things are going to the right direction,”
When he asked again, what is the most favorite moment with his girlfriend, “Si Michelle kasi is a simple person and ang vina-value niya is consistency.
“I do enjoy the simple and quiet moments namin together, na tuwing gabi, naglalaro lang kami ng computer games like Call of Duty, Mobile Legends. Those simple things for me are the ones that matter.
“Of course there are days na we can make it grand because it’s our anniversary, pero para sa akin ‘yung mga simpleng bagay lang na ‘yun na nagba-bonding kami is what matters,”