In a recent social media post, singer Moira Dela Torre showed she’s just as if not more in love with her husband Jason Marvin Hernandez as the day they got married in 2019. Last year, Moira surprised her husband with a PS5 game console. This year, the “Pabilin” singer wrote a sweet message dedicated to him for their third anniversary this year.
She wrote, “All my life, I always felt like I was one-half my mom's and one-half my dad's. But 3 years ago, God opened a new chapter and gave me you. I was no longer a half of one family and half of another but rather one whole thing—I was yours. I had my own little family. Fully & completely. Yours today and yours until we're old and gray.
“You have given me the greatest gift, my babba—the daily peace of knowing I am loved by my greatest blessing. I love you more than I will ever be able to sing about.
“Happy anniversary Jason Marvin”
Moira’s husband Jason also penned a loving message for the singer on his Instagram account.
He wrote, “God, thank You for my wife. I don’t deserve her yet here she is beside me. I’m not the most pogi but she looks at me like I’m the last slice of pepperoni stuffed crust pizza on earth. She’s sooo charming that everyone she meets like her. Sometimes nga I get worried since I’m an introvert and I’m not as likeable as her. But I’m also kinda relieved that she carries the socializing for the both of us. She makes the best cookies, banana bread, and cinnamon rolls. She makes utos a lot but I secretly like it. I like that she needs me to hand her the remote that’s already beside her. As I learn more and more about her, the more I fall in love. The more I understand why she’s my destiny. Thank you that while we still have a lot to improve on, we get to do it together. Thank you Lord.
“Happy 3rd @moiradelatorre ❤️”
Last year, Moira shared just how important the presence of her husband is in her life in an emotional post. She wrote, “@jasonmarvinph losing you has easily become my greatest fear. but my fear is taken away by my thankfulness that I get to spend all my days with you, whether in normalcy or quarantined, whether it be 10 years or a hundred. you will always be my greatest blessing. I love you. Thank you.”