Their surprise exchange of “I dos” on national television during the second day of It’s Showtime’s Magpasikat Week this year tugged a lot of heartstrings.
They’ve been married for 11 years but it was only in the noontime show’s 8th anniversary fete that host and Rocksteddy frontman Teddy Corpuz popped the question and married his gorgeous wife Jasmin for the second time on-the-spot. Aside from the madlang people, the staff, their friends and the hurados who witnessed the significant and poignant moment, their kids Angelica Phoebe and Theodore John were also present.
We used to only see them complete on Instagram as Teddy and Jasmin update their followers regarding their activities and whereabouts, so it was a delightful sight to see them altogether in one show. Going through their photos, we’re sure that you’ll really admire this beautiful family like we do.
They travel a lot
The Corpuzes seem to enjoy going around the Philippines and flying abroad to garner a lot of experiences and memories that they are going to treasure for the rest of their lives. They swam in the clear waters of Siargao, tried the thrilling rides in a theme park in Dubai, spent the Yuletide season in New York City, and went on a beach getaway in Hawaii.
Their bond is unbreakable
With his daily grind in It’s Showtime as a mainstay and his recurring gigs every now and then as a rockstar, Teddy ascertains that he still have time for his beloved fambam. When they’re not in a vacation, they bond through pigging out, kulitan time, and riding their bikes.
They are there for each other
In their guesting in Magandang Buhay a day after their historic wedding, Teddy revealed that he and Jasmin are protective yet very supportive parents to Abby and TJ. Despite his celebrity status, he makes sure that they are still enjoying a normal childhood. The very proud parents cannot help but share how happy they are for their children for all their achievements, adorable moments, and ambitions.
But what makes us consider the Corpuzes as #FamilyGoals is on how they put God at the center of their relationship, which every family should do.