KC Concepcion attends the G-Force Dance Project in Dubai with Steve Michael Wuethrich (inset).
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Actress KC Concepcion has been spotted “kissing” her rumoured boyfriend Steve Michael Wuethrich aboard an Emirates flight bound for Zurich, Switzerland.
KZ has not confirmed being in a relationship with Wuethrich, a Filipino-Swiss banker based in Zurich. However, the two have been spotted together on several occasions, including in Dubai where they attended the G-Force Dance Project last November.
@expatmedia KC Concepcion spotted in Dubai! Her thoughts on G-Force in Dubai, Filipino modern dance and more #kcconcepcion #gforcedancecenter #gforce #teachergeorcelle #dubai #expatmedia ♬ original sound – Expat Media
In a report, PEP.ph quoted a source as saying that KC and Wuethrich were on the same Emirates flight EK085 to Zurich on January 22.
“They kissed in the plane as the girl went up to the upper class cabin and the guy stayed in premium economy,” the source said, clarifying it was a “kiss sa forehead. Naka-mask sila.”
KC spent 2022 traveling to Italy, Sweden, Switzerland, US and Dubai where she went on an “escapade” shopping at The Dubai Mall, eating at fancy restaurants and even visiting the Global Village.
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