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Cristine Reyes walks out when asked about husband Ali Khatibi

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May. 24, 18 | 10:49 am

Filipino actress Cristine Reyes avoided an interview and walked away from reporters after she was asked about the state of her relationship with husband Ali Khatibi.

Reyes made her first public appearance after the rumors of her separation erupted during the 49th Guillermo Mendoza Box Office Awards where she won the Movie Supporting Actress of the Year Award for her performance in the movie “Seven Sundays”.

When she was about to proceed to the event proper, reporters asked her about her reactions towards the rumors involving her and Khatibi.

The actress avoided the question and inaudibly said, “Mamaya na lang”, before walking away.

It can be recalled that earlier this year, Reyes shared a cryptic post on her Instagram. In the post, the actress prayed for her marriage with Khatibi.

Her post spurred speculations that her relationship with Khatibi is on the rocks.

The post has since been deleted, but the caption once read: “Dear God, I pray for my marriage right now. Please guard my relationship with my husband and protect us against elements that tempt or taunt us to ruin what we have. Convict our hearts when we are wrong or un-righteous, fill us with a passion to get better and bless us with a deep love for each other in Jesus’ name, Amen.”

There are no confirmations yet if the rumors are true. Nevertheless, netizens are still hoping that the couple will be able to rebuild their relationship.

Reyes and Khatibi had a simple yet intimate wedding ceremony in Balesin in January 2016 after three years of dating. They were blessed with one daughter, Amarah.

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