Arci reveals reason why she and Brunei prince’s son had to end their relationship


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  • Arci Muñoz has confirmed that she and her boyfriend, the son of Brunei Prince Jefri Bolkiah, have ended their relationship before Christmas
  • Lack of time for each other was the reason why actress  Muñoz and Badi del Rosario had to end their relationship
  • She shared that the two of them remain friends up to this day

Actress Arci Muñoz revealed the reason why she and boyfriend, Brunei prince’s son Badi del Rosario, had to end up their relationship — which they previously described as “very happy” one.

In an article written by Alexa Villano of Rappler, it was disclosed that the sexy actress confirmed that the two of them broke up before Christmas; agreeing to part ways due to lack of time for each other.

“Sa dinami-dami ng nangyari sa life ko, so maybe I need to focus muna sa isang bagay. Ito malaking opportunity dumarating. Siyempre, I don’t wanna miss out on that. Pero ang tagal ko din naman kaya pagsabayin both [having a relationship and being dedicated to work] pero ayon, we’ll see,” she said.

[After all the things that has happened in my life, maybe I need to focus first on one thing. Now here’s a big opportunity. So, of course, I don’t want to miss out on that. But for quite  some time I was able to balance both; having a relationship and being dedicated to work, but we’ll see.]

Muñoz added that is also “excited” to spend more time with her family as she was not able to bond with them because of being too busy recently.

Meanwhile, the actress said she and her ex-boyfriend remain good friends.

“If we’re really meant to be…eh ‘di siguro kami,” she further noted.

Badi is part of the rock group Mr Bones and The Boneyard Circus and is the son of Prince Jefri Bolkiah of Brunei.

Watch actress Arci Muñoz talk about her break-up with her long-time boyfriend Badi del Rosario:

This article has gone viral and has been viewed 40108 times so far. Article originally posted: January 8, 2017, 7:01 pm (UTC-0). Last update: January 8, 2017 at 7:01 pm (UTC-0).

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