MANILA - "Hawak Kamay" hitmaker Yeng Constantino was in tears as she exchanged wedding vows with now-husband Victor "Yan" Asuncion, as seen in their wedding film released by videographer Nice Print on Monday.
Constantino and Asuncion, who are each other's first official relationship, got married last February 14 at Hacienda Isabella in Tagaytay City.
The nearly nine-minute video is partly set to Constantino's "Una't Huling Pag-Ibig," a tune from her latest album which she wrote specifically for her wedding to Asuncion.
Asuncion, a worship director at a Christian church, is seen in the video crying as Constantino walked down the aisle. The "ASAP" mainstay, likewise, turned emotional as she encouraged Asuncion to share his talents to the world in her vow.
"I really, really admire you," a crying Constantino said. "I admire your wit, your humor, your heart. I know that God has great plans for you. So go on, love, write beautiful songs, paint, sing, write a book, kasi dinesign ka ni God to do those things. Nasa likod mo lang ako at si God."
Echoing Constantino's song, Aunscion vowed to his partner: "Ikaw ang aking una't huli. Ikaw lang ang aking mamahalin. Hanggang sa dulo, ikaw lang."
"Kahit alam ko na sasablay ako," Asuncion said, "mangangako pa rin ako na buong lakas, kasama ang ating Panginoon, na mamahalin kita araw-araw."
Constantino, who got her big break when she won ABS-CBN's "Pinoy Dream Academy" in 2006, met Asuncion last year through a common friend. The two got engaged in March 2014 after eight months of being a couple.