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Chesca Garcia receives early Christmas gift from husband Doug Kramer

Actress Chesca Garcia got an early Christmas gift from her husband, former basketball player Doug Kramer.

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12/19/2020 08:44 AM
Chesca Garcia receives early Christmas gift from husband Doug Kramer
Photo Credit: @dougkramer Instagram

Actress Chesca Garcia got an early Christmas gift from her husband, former basketball player Doug Kramer.

On Instagram, Doug shared that he bought a brand new car for Chesca as a Christmas present.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A post shared by Doug Kramer (@dougkramer)


In his post, he recalled the time when they once had to sell Chesca's favorite car to meet their needs.
 
"I know there are more important matters to you. But there are some things I don't forget," he wrote in the caption.

"I still remember the day we had to sell your favorite car to meet our needs. We never fought about money, you never complained either. I just lost some hair, but that's ok! Our joy is always fixed on Him!" he continued.

Saying he loves their "journey of lessons and sacrifices," Doug then greeted Chesca, saying, "Merry Christmas sweetheart! I love you! PS. What's yours is mine, so I get to use it too! Haha!"

READ: Chesca Garcia pens sweet birthday message for Doug Kramer

Chesca and Doug have been married for 12 years.

They tied the knot on October 9, 2008 before their family and closest friends at the Blue Leaf Events Place in McKinley Hill, Taguig City.

The couple has since welcomed three children—Kendra, 11, Scarlett, 9, and Gavin, 7.

Previously, Doug shared the secret to his happy and long-lasting relationship with Chesca.

In an Instagram post, he stressed the need for couples to “work through your troubles and misunderstandings,” saying they should “never let a day pass when you argue and fight.”

“Sixteen years together and we have never let an argument last more than a day,” he said.

“Take down your pride. Say sorry first. Admit your own faults rather than pointing fingers. Work on what you need to do rather than trying to change your partner’s attitude,” he continued. “Remember, love is more than an emotion. It’s always a choice.”