Sonny and Tootsy Angara’s love story in ‘Wagas’

Kapuso star Mikael Daez is joined by Carla Humphries in giving life to Senator Sonny Angara and wife Tootsy’s love story in Wagas today.

While others claim love at first sight, Senator Sonny Angara and wife Tootsy’s romance is different—they refer to it as “love at second sight”.

Carla Humphries and Mikael Daez give life to the love story of Senator Sonny Angara and wife Tootsy
Tootsy was in high school when Sonny was introduced to her. She claims that back then, she did not feel any spark between them. Meanwhile, Sonny barely remembers that first meeting. But eight years after, Cupid’s arrow seemed to have hit the bull’s eye.

LOVE AT SECOND SIGHT. Couple Sonny and Tootsy have been together for 13 years now
Sonny claims that while he used to be torpe, Tootsy changed that. He overcame his shyness and learned to fight for his love for Tootsy. Sonny had to go through Tootsy’s strict dad before Tootsy could become his girlfriend. Their relationship was also not an easy one—there was even a time the two had to be apart from each other because of their studies.

Daez and Humphries in a scene from today’s episode of ‘Wagas’
After five years of being a couple, Sonny and Tootsy got married. The woman behind Sonny’s success, Tootsy also supported her husband in difficulties, especially when Sonny entered politics. But never did they imagine that the biggest challenge their family had to face would be the news about Tootsy having a brain tumor. It was hard for her to accept the possibility that she would not be able to be with her husband and kids for a long time. Yet Sonny stood by Tootsy, becoming the wall she could lean on to.

Prayers and love combined were powerful against Tootsy’s illness. The couple overcame this burden and now Sonny and Tootsy are together for 13 years, living “happily ever after”.

Catch another inspiring love story in Wagas, 7 p.m., today on GMA News TV. 

Topics: Senator Sonny Angara , Tootsy Angara , Mikael Daez , Carla Humphries , Wagas
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