In Erich Gonzales’ recent vlog, her special Joshua Garcia revealed that at this point, his love life is not a priority.
In their candid conversation, the 23-year-old actor shared that “I’m presently single” and love life is not his focus right now.
“I’m more focused on myself. In fact, I just went back to school. I plan to take up Business Entrepreneurship. I want to spend my time wisely rather than staying idle,” he averred.
The dramatic actor said that he believes in destiny but made it clear that his “heart is okay” and beating just for himself at the moment.
“There’s also another person who’s searching for the same and who knows…you two might end up together. I feel it is destiny. Perhaps now, God is telling you to focus first on yourself.
Love and improve yourself. So that when the time comes that you’ll be in a relationship, you’ll be able to commit, right? Love is a commitment and you need to commit yourself into it,” Joshua said in vernacular.
Asked for qualities he is looking for in a girl, the bedimpled lad revealed that he wants someone who can accept him for what and who he really is.
“I’m just a simple bloke. I can live in the province and I can also live in the city. She should be able to live with me anywhere I choose to,” he shared adding that his preferences also change in the passing of times.
“You also mature in the process. It’s like right at this moment, I like a girl who’s fond of reading. It’s very interesting because you will learn a lot from her. I also prefer someone who’s mature and knows how to do domestic chores like cleaning the house, God-fearing and family-oriented. It’s that simple,” Joshua ended.
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Christian Bautista admits that having a baby with wife Kat Ramnani at this time of pandemic is challenging. Thus, it’s not yet part of their plans.
“Kat and I want to be careful. We are aware that there are families who had babies in these tough times. Of course, there are risks, like there’s no vaccine yet. Though there are people who are okay with the idea of going to the hospital, there are those who are still scared and they can’t be blamed since the virus is everywhere and the number of cases is still going up,” he said.
Meanwhile, Christian is grateful to the Kapuso for finally bringing back The Clash and All-Out Sundays on air. And he also hopes that even without the vaccine, we could move forward and have normal lives.
“I think, even if the vaccine is not yet available, other countries can lower their cases. Like for example, in South Korea, I have a friend there. They already have musicals in there. So, I believe that we can also achieve that in the long run,’ he said.