Actress Liza Diño expressed her love for her husband Ice Seguerra’s birthday with a musical gift to remind him that she will always be her “biggest fan”.
The singer-songwriter recently celebrated his birthday last Sunday night, Sept. 17, in the company of his wife and their closest friends.
Liza penned a heartfelt letter to Ice on her most recent Instagram post, reminiscing the past decade when they first celebrated the latter’s birthday together.
“It was your 30th birthday when we first celebrated together, and since then hindi na tayo mapaghiwalay. In those 10 years, ang dami na nating pinagdaanan —the ups, downs, the highs, lows and everything in between,” her letter began.
She continued, “Maraming nagbago but there was one thing that was constant and has never changed, and even if sometimes I don’t get to tell you…I still am and will always be your biggest fan.”
“And in the spirit of our songwriting mode, I wrote a song for you,” Liza wrote followed by the lyrics of her self-written song titled “Your Biggest Fan”, dedicated to her beau.
On his own IG account, Ice expressed his delight and gratitude for those who attended his “chill party” organized by his wife to celebrate the beginning of his “life at 40”.
“Ayoko talaga mag party. Kasi hindi naman ako magaling mag entertain ng tao. Pero sabi ko sa asawa ko, parang dapat meron kasi 40th birthday. So sabi ko kay misis, siya na bahala mag organize. Basta gusto ko, chill lang,” Ice wrote.
“Kaya yung nangyari kanina, that’s exactly what I had in mind. Chill lang with the people closest to my heart,” he said.
The former child star thanked those who joined him on his special night, “Thank you to everyone who went out of their way to join me tonight. Sa lahat nang mga bumati. You’ve all been a big part of the first 40 years of my life.”
“Masaya ako na magkakasama pa rin tayo. Hanggang sa next 40 years, tayo-tayo pa rin sana ang magkakasama,” he added.
Ice, who identifies as a transgender man, tied the knot with Liza in 2014 in San Francisco, California. They share a daughter named Amara.
The couple revealed their plans to grow their family by undergoing IVF or in vitro fertilization and have recently found a sperm donor last year, according to PEP.