It has been almost two years since the couple wed last 2017 in Queenstown, New Zealand.
“I think it will happen in God’s time, in God’s perfect time,” she calmly answered.
However, she also took the opportunity to tell the press to stop asking women when they plan on having a baby because it is unknown to them what those women go through.
“For me naman, it will happen in God’s time and I think at any time naman, I’m ready for it, di ba?” she told the press. “But, I’m speaking for every woman. You don’t know what they’re going through. I have a lot of friends who may be trying and medyo nakakasakit if people keep asking them when [they’re] going to have a baby.”
Anne then wished that people simply respect what women feel when they are asked when they are planning to have a baby.
“I hope you guys don’t take this the wrong way,” she said. “But, I think in respect to every woman, you should stop asking that: when are they gonna get married and why don’t they have a baby or whether they’re gonna have a baby.”
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