Judy Ann to Sarah: “Iba ‘yung first months at first year ng bagong kasal.”

On their 10th wedding anniversary, Judy Ann Santos and Ryan Agoncillo celebrated with a thanksgiving mass. In a TWBA Dressing Room Exclusive, the Drama Queen shared that her life was totally different before she met her husband. She was close to alcoholic then and would report to work with a hangover. But she made sure that her constant merrymaking would neither stain her performance nor cause inconvenience to her co-workers. At 41, the actress said she is no longer a heavy drinker.

Still on the topic about married life, Judy Ann gave then newly engaged friend, Sarah Geronimo a piece of advice. “Don’t stress yourself with things that you can’t control. Enjoy the years na kayong dalawa lang. Pagsilbihan mo ang asawa mo and I’m sure si Matteo would take good care of her,” she said. Just two months after, the Popstar Royalty  and Matteo Guidicelli tied the knot in an intimate Christian wedding. Judy Ann and Ryan hosted a simple post-wedding dinner for the two. 

Mr. and Mrs. Agoncillo are not just ‘couple goals’ but they are also admired for their hands-on parenting style. As a mother, Judy Ann would like to see her kids grow up having a close relationship with one another. Proving so is the viral Instagram post where her second child, Lucho, was seen feeding her youngest daughter, Luna.

To end the episode, the Kapamilya actress was dared to describe her past leading men using food. She compared Wowie de Guzman to carbonara and Ultimate Hunk Piolo Pascual to assorted cold cuts. She recalled how Rico Yan loved bagnet. “Champoy kasi kuripot,” she joked about Bong Revilla. On her high school classmate Leandro Munoz, the versatile actress went for fresh milk.

On husband, Ryan Agoncillo, “Sashimi kasi masarap kapag hilaw,” Judy Ann quipped.