Filipina singer proudly displayed her engagement ring during a presscon in London.
After year of being together, Zsa Zsa Padilla claimed to be engaged to a renowned architect Conrad Onglao who just proposed to her, August 30 before going to London. She proudly displayed her engagement ring on September 3 during their presscon at “ASAP 20 Live in London”, London. In 2014, couple was first seen in public after Zsa Zsa posted a picture of them holding hands on her Instagram account.
Zsa Zsa Padilla, 51 year-old Filipina singer and actress, mother of singer and actress Karylle and singer Zia Quizon is the partner of late comedian Dolphy for more than 20 years. Currently, she is part of ABS-CBN contract actresses. While Conrad is divorced with ex-wife in States and were legally separated and annulled in the Philippines, they has two children. The couple planned to get married next year in Italy.
Actress had performed in various concerts in the Philippines and overseas, acted in numerous movies and in television. Aside from her singing and acting career, she also engage herself into songwriting, business, music producing and commercial modelling. After Dolphy died, Zsa Zsa Padilla confirmed she has Stage 1 Kidney Cancer, August 2012, fortunately claimed benign tumor after operation.
Her long time partner Dolphy, also known as Pidol who died on 10 July 2012 at age of 83 is a well-known comedian in the country. He is named as King of Comedy, who gave joy and happiness to every Filipino on his numerous tv shows and movies. Dolphi been into many relations, however, never married and was open to public with all his relationships and in terms of family. Before Padilla, he had five serious relationships who bore him offspring.
He was admitted to intensive care unit, diagnosed in 2009 with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and his public appearance declined and later died just 15 days before his 84th birthday. In honor of his contributions to Philippine showbiz industry, President Benigno Aquino III declared July 13, 2012 as “National Day of Remembrance” and in April 2013, a monument was erected in front of the Museo Pambata near the US Embassy. IMAGES/March Joseph Rosales