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You'll Fall in Love with JC de Vera and Rikkah Cruz's Old Manila Prenup Shoot

The actor and his fiancee chose to showcase the newly rehabilitated Jones Bridge.
You'll Fall in Love with JC de Vera and Rikkah Cruz's Old Manila Prenup Shoot
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The actor and his fiancee chose to showcase the newly rehabilitated Jones Bridge.

It seems like the newly rehabilitated Jones Bridge in Manila has become an idyllic prenup shoot location of sorts. After one couple's engagement photos went viral last November (even Manila Mayor Isko Moreno took notice!), this time around, actor JC de Vera and fiancee Rikkah Cruz followed suit! 

JC posted a few photos from their prenup shoot on his Instagram. Both looking breathtakingly timeless, JC sported a bespoke grey Edwin Tan suit and Rikkah was clad in a sheer, laced Francis Libiran number.

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Below, check out more photos of JC and Rikkah's Manila-based prenup shoot by Nice Print Photography:

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JC popped the question last July 2018 in Siargao. In an interview in Tonight With Boy Abunda a year later, the considerably private actor revealed that they were looking at having a “traditional church wedding” in 2020. He also mentioned not wanting their one-year old daughter Lana Athena as a flower girl. Instead, the adorable tot will be "the little bride," with JC's brothers-in-law set to walk her down the aisle as well. "She's going to be just like her mom," JC said on the same interview.

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The restoration of the Jones Bridge is part of Manila’s current rehabilitation project in a bid to revert the capital back to its former glory. Efforts for the bridge finished last October 2019.

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