Judy Ann Santos, Ryan Agoncillo wedding, a secret affair in Batangas
Judy Ann Santos and Ryan Agoncillo said their I dos before Father Tito Caluag in an out-of-town church wedding (Batangas) at 7 a.m. yesterday. It was witnessed by close relatives from the family of both sides, Megastar Sharon Cuneta and Sen. Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan, Regine Velasquez and Ogie Alcasid, Suzie and Paolo Abrera who were members of the entourage.
The march started with Sharon, then Juday's daughter Yohan, then Juday. On the other line were Juday's mom, Carol, Ryan's mom, and Juday's sister, Jackie. On the other side were Ryan's dad, Juday's dad, Ryan's brother, Dondee and Juday's brother, Jefrrey.
Regine Velasquez, Ogie Alcasid and Agot Isidro sang at the wedding.
There was a buzz at the presscon for Star Cinema’s Best Friends Forever when Sharon (who stars in the movie with Ai Ai de las Alas) at the Dolphy Theater on ABS-CBN compound rushed to leave when she has not yet been thoroughly interviewed by her friends from the press.
She reasoned out that she had to oversee some preparations for a party at their Wack Wack house that evening.
It was learned that the entourage holed up in the church the night before the wedding.
Two days earlier, Judy Ann’s manager Alfie Lorenzo said he was not attending the wedding as he himself had not been invited. He said he was leaving for the US first week of May and there was no way he could attend it, as it was earlier announced (or leaked) that the wedding will take place on May 2.
Meanwhile, here are the other details of the wedding:
After the church wedding (it is said that Juday's parents were also wed in the same church), the entourage proceeded to Tamarindo Resort (also in San Juan, Batangas for the reception).
The couple had planned to go on a Mexican honeymoon, but due to their respective commitments (and perhaps, the swine flu scare that's sweeping Mexico and the US right now), Juday and Ryan will spend it here instead, at their new home.