Although she intends to have kids two years after getting married, Yeng Constantino already has a clear idea of what she wants for her first baby.
In an interview during the October 27 press conference of her upcoming Icon: The Concert together with Rico Blanco and Gloc-9 happening on November 21 at the Araneta Coliseum, Yeng shared that she and fiancé Victor “Yan” Asuncion have already spoken about their future kids.
“Sana po girl dahil ‘yung fiancé ko po, puro lalaki silang lahat. Hindi niya naranasan talaga na mayroon silang little princess sa bahay. Girl ang gusto niya talaga,” Yeng revealed.
She even added that they are also planning to have three kids. She added, “Lahat po 'yan napag-uusapan. Everything pinag-uusapan namin.”
But why has she decided to have a baby in two years and not right after they tie the knot? “’Yung two years po namin, bukod sa pagpapalalim ng aming relationship at pag-honor sa aking management, preparation na rin po 'yon ng magiging buhay ng anak namin,” she explained.
The Pop Rock Princess will be celebrating her eighth year in showbiz this year.
Her Christian garden wedding is happening February next year, which would be immediately followed by a honeymoon in Maldives. The press asked Yeng whether she and Yan would be ready if ever she would bore a honeymoon baby.
A laughing Yeng answered, “Sabi nga sa Bible—biglang naging preachy 'no—every kid or every child is a blessing. Pero mag-iingat po talaga kami para sa aming mga plano sa buhay.
With their wedding day getting nearer, one would expect that bride-to-be Yeng would be all stressed and frantic. But she said, “Sobrang relaxed ako na bride. Wala po akong stress na katulad ng sinasabi ng iba. Hindi po ako talaga mahilig sa details, pero nae-enjoy ko po talaga ang pagbubutinting at pagtingin-tingin ng mga kutingting para sa wedding,” she said.
The 25-year-old singer-actress said everything is pretty much set for their big day including their wedding entourage. “Ang circle ko po kasi talaga ay mga non-showbiz, mga friends ko before [showbiz] noong high school ako, ang mga friend ko po ay mga non-showbiz. Definitely po, invited po ang mga Kapamilya natin—mga kapatid ko po sa ASAP and sa Star Magic,” she said. “Sa entourage ko po, kasama ko po yung mga best friend ko, mga kabanda ko po dati, at mga kaibigan ko from church.”
Addressing one of the most pressing concerns of her fans the Yengsters, she said that she would not leave the industry after tying the knot. She emphasized that she would continue singing and writing songs for as long as there is a demand for her to be in the business.
To her fans, she said, “Ang gusto kong i-assure sa kanila is talagang mahal na mahal ko sila. When I'm doing something, when I'm doing music, I'm not just thinking about whatever, big part sila ng ginagawa ko.”