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Nov. 12, 19 | 2:34 pm

Months after they parted ways as lovers, Joshua Garcia and Julia Barretto have crossed paths again during the shoot of ABS-CBN’s Christmas station ID.

In a report on Push.com, the two greeted each other at one of the studios of the Kapamilya network and they happily greeted each other.

Julia then expressed her concern about Joshua’s slimmer figure saying, “Ang payat mo. Kumain ka.”

In her previous interview, Julia said that Joshua will always have a place in her heart.

“I love Joshua. I love that guy. I will love that guy until my last breath. Very supportive and very understanding of so many things and the guy knows me really well so whatever happens in life the guy knows me really well. He knows my heart,” Julia said in an August interview.

For Joshua, he said that he will focus more on himself and love himself better.

Julia was tagged in the controversial break up of Gerald Anderson and Bea Alonzo.

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