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Rayver Cruz: 'Yes, I will marry Julie Anne San Jose'

December 2 ------ Rayver Cruz just knows that he will spend the rest of his life with Julie Anne San Jose.

In an interview with, the Kapuso actor said that although he does not have a definite timetable, he "definitely [wants his] own family." "Mahirap magbitaw ng salita, pero malapit na, kasi hindi na tayo bumabata," Rayver said. "At kung gusto ninyong marinig, yes, I will marry Julie Anne San Jose." "Mahirap pang sabihin kung ano 'yung exact, pero alam ng Panginoong Diyos at alam naman niya kung gaano ko siya kamahal," he added. Rayver also said that Julie Anne is The One. "I just know deep in my heart na si Julie Anne na, siya na talaga." Regarding his plans to propose, Rayver said it's difficult to answer exactly when he will do it. However, Rayver said they are enjoying their relationship and are not rushing into things. "In-e-enjoy din namin 'yung relationship namin now. When the right time comes malalaman ko, in God's time," the actor and dancer said. "I respect her family so much. I respect her so much," he added.

Similar to Julie Anne's dream wedding, he wants to have a simple one at a church. At the virtual media conference of "Queendom," Julie Anne said that a wedding is not in their plans yet but that they talk about marriage. Julie Anne said Rayver always tells her he wants to marry her and does not see himself spending his life with someone else. "Walang araw na never niya sinabi sa 'kin yan," she said. "It just proves how reassuring he is and kung ano 'yung mga intentions niya and 'yung plans niya for the both of us together." "And katulad nga din ng sinabi niya, s'yempre gusto namin na dun na nga [sa kasal] papunta. But right now, we're not really rushing into things, we're just very happy."

In a previous interview, Rayver said, "For me, mind, body, and soul, kasal na ko sa kanya." Julie Anne and Rayver sparked romance rumors in 2022. They publicly exchanged "I love yous" at the JulieVerse concert. This year, JulieVer starred in the digital miniseries "Pag-Ibig na Kaya," and the film, "The Cheating Game."



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