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Martin Nievera: It’s better to keep relationships private

Joyce Jimenez (Philstar.com) - January 26, 2016 - 2:15am

MANILA, Philippines – If there’s one thing that Martin Nievera learned from his estranged marriage with Pops Fernandez, it's that showbiz couples should keep their relationship private.

“If I could do it all over again, I wish I didn’t have so much admission. I wish I didn’t show much affection to now my very dear friend and ex-wife Pops.” he said during the press conference of his upcoming concert “Royals” on Tuesday.

Martin was married to Pops Fernandez and they were tagged as the Concert King and Queen. They separated in 1996 and their annulment was granted in 2000. They had two kids, Robin and Ram.

He said that there must have been a problem in “the way we presented our relationship to the press and to the world. You’d think we couldn’t be friends today. But because our foundation is true friendship, we can remain friends today.”

The Concert King added that “professional jealousy” is possible between a celebrity couple, but as long as they “keep private” their relationship, things may go more smoothly for them.

“[There’s] professional jealousy within the relationship somewhere down the road. This might happen, we don’t know. So let’s not give the relationship more pressure by having them leading their lives for us, when they should be really more live their lives for each other,” he concluded.

Martin is part of the upcoming Valentine concert “Royals,” which is also headlined by Regine Velasquez, Erik Santos and Angeline Quinto. It will happen on February 13 at the SM Mall of Asia Arena and on February 14 at the Waterfront Hotel and Casino in Cebu City.

ACIRC CEBU CITY CONCERT KING CONCERT KING AND QUEEN ERIK SANTOS AND ANGELINE QUINTO IF I MALL OF ASIA ARENA MARTIN NIEVERA POPS FERNANDEZ REGINE VELASQUEZ ROBIN AND RAM
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