News Newlyweds in the Philippines received Php 844,000 during money...

Newlyweds in the Philippines received Php 844,000 during money dance


A newlywed in the Philippines has received a glaring amount of money during their money dance in the reception.

In a GMA News report, the couple received a whopping Php 844,000 from their principal sponsors who are mostly their relatives from the US and Canada.

Allan and Precilla received USD 13,000, 3,250 Canadian Dollars, and Php 62,000 currencies.

The couple is planning to invest the money they have collected.

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