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Mario Bautista, has been with the entertainment industry for more than 4 decades. He writes regular columns for People's Journal and Malaya.

May 16, 2018

Cristine Reyes & Husband Ali Kathibi Said To Have Split After Just Two Years Of Marriage

CRISTINE REYES is still mum about it but social media observers are sure she has called it quits with her husband, Ali Kathibi, after they’ve dropped each from their respective accounts. In early January, Cristine posted a prayer asking the Lord to protect her marriage from temptation that might ruin their relationship.

They were married in a simple wedding ceremony on January 26, 2016 in Balesin Island Resort. When they exchanged wedding vows, Ali declared: "As your husband, together we shall reach for the stars and make them come true. I promise to be your faithful lover, to work hard and fulfill our needs, and lastly, to never forget this moment. For in this moment, my life ends and ours begin. I love you
so much.”

Such sweet words of promise, right? Well, here’s hoping that they can still iron out their differences for the sake of their daughter Amarah. They can consult a marital counselor to help sort out their feelings for each other. Someone quipped that Ali should not have entered showbiz anymore.

“Dapat kasi, hindi na pumayag si Cristine na pag-artistahin yung husband niya,” says our source. “Mula noong magpelikula, ang dami ng ibang nakilala. Ayan tuloy….”

Cristine is currently doing the romantic comedy, “Abay Babes”, for Viva Films, directed by Don Cuaresma. We’re sure that when the movie has its presscon, Cristine will have no choice but to tell truth about the real score and her husband Ali.