Momshies Jolina & Melai Revealed How Karla Estrada Met Her Rumored Non-Showbiz BF

Kapamilya host and actress Karla Estrada, who is one of the momshie hosts of the morning talk show “Magandang Buhay” seems to be very happy with her current relationship status.



While the 44-year-old celebrity mom chose not to give further details about her personal life, rumors and speculations about her newfound love started to arise after she was spotted with a non-showbiz guy in the 2nd-anniversary celebration of a gastro pub District 8 Manila co-owned by her son Daniel Padilla, last August.

Photo Credit: Karla Estrada | Instagram

After that, momshie Karla also was seen taking a short break in Palawan with her rumored non-showbiz boyfriend. She also shared some snaps of their Coron trip on her Instagram account.

Followed by a video, where the two can be seen inside the dressing room while having some sweet moments together. This video was uploaded on the YouTube channel of Darla Sauler, one of the writers of their show, “Magandang Buhay.”

Meanwhile, another update about this rumored couple was shared with the public through a funny report made by Karla’s co-momshie hosts Jolina Magdangal and Melai Cantiveros.



In a recent episode of “Magandang Buhay,” they featured the Tipsy Pig bar and resto in Tomas Morato, Quezon City, where Marco Gumabao and his distant cousin Barbie Imperial were part-business owners.

Another interesting topic was brought in to the show when Jolina and Melai revealed that the said gastro pub is special to their momshie Karla, as this is where she met her rumored non-showbiz boyfriend.

“Dito kasi nagsimula ang lahat, ang pag-iibigan ng aming momshie. Ang pag-iibigan ng KarJam,” momshie Melai said in jest.

Before that, the two momshie hosts act as Karla (played by Jolina) and the guy named Jam (played by Melai), they shared their story through a detailed re-enactment of what happened during their first meet-up in Tipsy Pig – Morato.

Momshie Karla failed to attend the said episode because of some emergency “mommy duties.”



Source: push