Soon to be married couple Angel Locsin and Neil Arce are the latest celebrities to enter the world of vlogging, launching a joint-channel on YouTube.
Last Sunday, September 20, Angel surprised her 8.1 million and 12.4 million-strong followers on Instagram and Twitter respectively, when she shared a teaser of her and her fiancé Neil’s official YouTube channel.
Hoping fans would support her and Neil on their journey into the digital space, the couple promised to share their precious moments together through their vlogs.
“We’re excited to share with you The Angel & Neil Channel on YouTube and Facebook soon! We hope you can join us as we start this digital venture and share more of our journey with you as we navigate the new normal,” the couple wrote in the caption of the video.
Watch the teaser below:
Neil and Arce were friends for eight years before they started dating in 2017. Two years later, Neil popped the question to Angel, with the latter announcing their engagement through an Instagram post on June 29, 2019.
In an interview with Korina Sanchez earlier this year, Angel and Neil said they have yet to decide whether or not they would push through with their wedding scheduled this year.
“Hindi natin alam baka next week may vaccine na. Hindi na lang po kami magko-complain. Maghihintay na lang kami kung ano mang mangyayari,” Angel said.
Neil, agreeing with Angel’s statement, said: “I think we’ll decide somewhere near our date na lang if we’re going to move it or not.”
On when the wedding would take place, Angel said: “Hindi namin pwedeng sabihin kung kailan 'yung exact date for security reasons and privacy ng mga bisita. Pero dapat this year and medyo malapit na siya.”
The couple recently addressed breakup rumors making rounds online, with Angel expressing her disdain over the malicious claims about their relationship and Neil laughing off the issues thrown at them.
Angel said: “Oh wow. Can’t believe some people would stoop this low. Why do some people make this much effort to put me in a bad light? That is the question?”
Neil, on the other hand, stated: “Muntikan na ko maging victim ng fake news. Buti na lang hindi Neil Arci ang pangalan ko,” pointing out how the fake news report misspelled his name.
As of this writing, Neil and Angel’s YouTube channel already amassed more than 8,000 subscribers.