Pia Wurtzbach and Jeremy Jauncey exchange vows on their wedding day.
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“Forever and always, Mr. and Mrs. Jauncey.” This is what Miss Universe 2015 Pia Wurtzbach posted on Instagram along with a video of her romantic island wedding to Jeremy Jauncey.
The video, posted on May 5, indicated that the wedding between Miss Universe 2015 and the founder of social media agency Beautiful Destinations was held on March 24 on North Island, Seychelles.
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In the video, Pia and Jeremy are seen exchanging vows and putting on their wedding rings. Pia wore a sheer, embroidered wedding dress while Jeremy wore a traditional Scottish kilt and a white polo shirt.
The couple got engaged in May 2022 after making their relationship public in June 2020. In a previous interview with Expat Media in Dubai, Pia described their relationship as “very kilig so far”. Kilig is a Filipino word that means romantic excitement.
“That was one of the things I tried to teach him, a few Filipino words. It’s funny because he doesn’t know what it means but he’s kilig anyway. Definitely, we have a lot of kilig moments,” Pia told Expatmedia.net.
“He loves that I’m very Filipino. He finds my accent very endearing. Whereas maybe in the Philippines they would have preferred me to have a more American accent. But he loves my Filipino accent,” Pia said. Jeremy is Scottish.
What is Jauncey’s favourite Filipino word? “Mahal.. Mahal kita (I love you). He’s written me notes before with mahal kita, so he knows what it means,” Pia said. “He uses kilig, too,” she added. ICA/Expat Media
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