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Best Wishes! Aubrey Miles, Troy Montero Married After Being Together For 18 Years
  • It's official! Aubrey Miles and Troy Montero tied the knot after being together for 18 years.

    On June 9, 2022, Aubrey shared some snaps from her special day through her Instagram stories. Some were reshared from posts published by their closest friends who were present at the joyous event.

    PHOTO BY instagram/aunthentecite via instagram/milesaubrey
    PHOTO BY instagram/struan via instagram/troymontero

    Also, thanks to their good friend Gretchen Fullido we got a more close-up look at Aubrey and Troy's relationship milestone from the civil wedding to the wedding reception.

    Aubrey and Troy have two kids, Hunter and Rocket. They are also together with Aubrey's eldest son from a previous relationship, Maurie. Last March 2022, the couple announced their engagement while their family was vacationing in Boracay.

    "It's too beautiful not to share this. If you know how It went down? I said 'Thank you and YES!' Lol pag kita ko sa ring napa thank you muna ako bago Yes," Aubrey told about how the proposal went then.

    Canceled Wedding

    Last year, the couple revealed that they actually ironed out plans to have an intimate wedding in Batanes, but it was eventually canceled due to COVID-19 restrictions.

    The couple admits that they weren't completely sold on the idea of having a wedding at first. "Why fix it if it's not broken? We have nothing to fix. We're happy, we're good, we're satisfied with our relationship. Everything that we want, nasa gusto namin," shared in a vlog uploaded last June 4, 2021.

    Their kids gave them the motivation to exchange vows and be officially Mr. and Mrs. Montero after almost two decades of being together.

    Troy explained in the vlog, "Of course the kids, deep down, I know they want us to get married, you know. And now that they're getting older, so when they say that, it has a little bit more meaning."

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    Best wishes to this lovely couple!

    Planning A Civil Wedding

    Many couples opt to have a civil wedding, especially if they have different religious backgrounds or don't practice a religion at all. Planning a civil wedding can also be a less expensive option, plus, going this route affords the couple more leeway to "personalize" the wedding.

    To marry civilly, you will need the following: capacity, consent, the authority of the person performing the marriage, and a marriage license. At least two witnesses should be present at the ceremony to sign the marriage certificate.

    Civil weddings in the Philippines are commonly held at the Mayor's office or in courtrooms inside the municipal or city hall. But it is also possible to hold the wedding at the couple's chosen venue as long as it is officiated by a legitimate solemnizing officer.

    You can check Philippine Statistics Authority's Solemnizing Officers Information System database for this. 

    Click here for more things you should know when planning for a civil wedding.

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