Luis Manzano remarked that he is hopeful that he will be settling down soon with Jessy Mendiola. The television host admitted that he has been looking forward to the day that he will have his own family.
“Of course I’m 36, hopefully, pero sabi ko nga as always Jessy is only 24 so I have to consider what she does for her family, so hopefully. I mean I’m a hopeless romantic. The thought of settling down never scared me despite what people think,” he said in an interview with PUSH during his Kapamilya Chat for I Can See Your Voice.
He continued, “So I just hope one day na pag-uwi mo you have your family, you have your son, your daughter, and your dog, ‘yung ganon, that’s me. Pero darating ‘yun sa tamang panahon instead of pilit ika nga.”
When it comes to maintaining a great relationship, Luis relayed that his good time management is key to having one. Despite his busy schedule, the host shared he makes sure he spends quality time with his girlfriend.
“I’m really good with time management, I’m really good, kaya siguro nagtagal din ako sa industriya, 16 years, because I’m never late. I mean if I’m late that means something was really wrong siguro. I just make it a point na for example if I finished early I make it a point to have a quick dinner with Jessy or if it’s a late call time we workout earlier. You have to put on the effort. It’s not going to be spoon-fed or simply given to you. You have to work for a relationship,” he stated.
Luis was also asked if he has plans to venture into politics in the future. He replied that there are different ways of serving other people and he serves through what he does on television.
“I believe we are put on this earth to serve, it depends on what capacity. It could be public office. Pero sa akin it’s a different fulfillment if you serve through a TV screen. For example if I meet someone saying ‘Luis nakakatawa ka mag-host’ ganyan, ganyan,” he explained.
“I witnessed firsthand with both my parents, my dad and my mom and my stepdad, say ‘you change lives because of what you’ve done.’ And I believe sabi ko nga at any point in our lives we are bound, our responsibility, our obligation, to make life easier for someone else. It depends on what level,” he stated.