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Robi plays love guru

It is a love and laughter filled month on ABS-CBN Lifestyle as the leading celebrity lifestyle website onboards Pinoy Big Brother: Otso host and MYX VJ Robi Domingo as its first ever male guest editor.

Robi plays love guru
 VJ and TV host Robi Domingo
Robi gets to share his helpful insights on all matters of the heart—from love for family to love of career to the most important, self-love. It is also a month of revelations in the love department as he admitted to ABS-CBN Lifestyle, “I’m happy, really happy. No, seriously, I’m happy!”

Two celebrity couples who have stood the test of time also impart their inspiring love stories on the site. Kyla and Rich Alvarez and Gladys Reyes and Christopher Roxas, who are now married for 14 and 26 years, respectively, revealed their firsts and lasts as a couple in a series of honest, tear-jerking videos.

In line with the “Love Month” theme, ABS-CBN Lifestyle is set to launch the following original and in-depth visual stories on the stuff close to each Kapamilya star’s heart.

 Homes We Love will showcase celebs and their spaces with cheat sheets on how to emulate their esthetics; I Love My Job will center on personalities and their exciting sidelines and passions; and last but not the least, Pet Mah Love will feature these stars and their dearest pet animals inspiring them every day.

Check out the exciting reads and videos with Robi, February’s ABSCBNLifestyleInspo. Catch more Inspiring Stellar Stories on ABS-CBN Lifestyle by logging on to Lifestyle.ABS-CBN.com and following the site through its social media accounts on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and Twitter @abscbnlifestyle.​

Topics: Robi Domingo , ABS-CBN Lifestyle , Kyla , Rich Alvarez , Gladys Reyes , Christopher Roxas , Pinoy Big Brother: Otso
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