For Aga Muhlach, the secret to a happy marriage is communication.
"Every day when we wake up, we have our coffee and we just talk, talk, talk. If I don't have work, we just talk until it's about lunchtime already," he said on "Tonight With Boy Abunda" on Tuesday.
The actor, who has been married to Charlene Gonzales for 16 years, said that, while they do open up about their dreams and chat about their kids, most of the time their talks are about random topics.
Muhlach also acknowledged that a bulk of the reason why they've managed to keep their marriage healthy is thanks to Gonzales.
"My wife makes it work," he gushed. "My wife is --parang anghel talaga na pinadala sa akin. Hindi ako nagkamali, nakita ko talaga iyon before I even proposed to her. I saw ilaw talaga."
Muhlach was on the late night talk show to promote the Star Cinema family drama, "Seven Sundays," his first in five years.
He plays the eldest sibling of the Bonifacio family headed by Manuel (Ronaldo Valdez), a widower who claims that he only has seven weeks to live.
It is directed by Cathy Garcia-Molina and also stars Dingdong Dantes, Cristine Reyes and Enrique Gil. It will begin showing in cinemas nationwide on Wednesday.