WATCH: Sec. Villar serenades wife with sax rendition of ‘Can’t Help Falling in Love’ on wedding anniversary
MANILA, Philippines — Public Works and Highways Secretary Mark Villar impressed his wife, Justice Undersecretary Emmeline Aglipay-Villar with a saxophone rendition of Elvis Presley’s “Can’t Help Falling in Love” to mark their sixth wedding anniversary recently.
“Some things are meant to be,” Emmeline said in an Instagram post on Thursday, where she proudly shared a clip of her husband playing the saxophone.
She also thanked her husband for “making our anniversary the most memorable yet.”
In a separate Instagram post, Emmeline said that she is lucky to have Mark as her husband.
“Mark’s languages of love are acts of service, quality time and gifts,” Emmeline said of Mark.
“He would always find ways to make life more comfortable and easier for me without me having to ask him to do it,” she added.
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Happy 6th anniversary, my Love. 😘 You make me so happy. ❤️❤️❤️ I am so lucky to have you as my husband. You are the best! 😘 Mark’s languages of love are acts of service, quality time and gifts. He would always find ways to make life more comfortable and easier for me without me having to ask him to do it. When he sees me worried or stressed about something he would always find ways to help me solve the problem—whatever it is. Sometimes even if I insist that I can take care of it on my own, he would still help me and when it’s possible, he would further insist to do it for me. He would say—“I’ll take care of it”, “I got this”, or “Ako na ang bahala”. We are different in many ways—But our differences complement each other in a way that makes us better together. We naturally make up for each other’s weaknesses and enhance each other’s strengths. I thank God every day for you, dearest Mark. 😘I love you!
Although she admitted that she and her husband are “different in many ways,” their differences “also complement each other.”
“We naturally make up for each other’s weaknesses and enhance each other’s strengths,” Emmeline gushed.
Mark and Emmeline tied the knot in October 2014.
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