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January 18, 2011

Yahoo! SEA | When it comes to pregnancy, Regine open to other options

By Chuck Smith
Sunday January 16, 2011 11:27 pm PST

Now that she's officially Mrs. Ogie Alcasid, Asia's Songbird Regine Velasquez faces the next big question after marriage, the question about pregnancy. After all, Regine has constantly been the subject of pregnancy rumors long before their wedding.

"I understand naman kasi people are really excited for us. Like, before we got married, everybody was asking, 'when are you getting married?' Now that we're finally married, 'when are you gonna have a baby?' Ganun naman yan e. Basta, sa akin, sa aming dalawa ni Ogie, I don't want to put pressure on both of us kasi mahirap e. Mas lalong di darating," Regine said in a live interview with "Showbiz Central" last Sunday.

She added, "Of course, I'm very aware of my age. We're open naman to all kinds of whatever. That's reality e."

Taking a break. The couple plans to concentrate on having a baby after Regine finishes taping for her upcoming GMA show "I Heart You, Pare" and after a possible concert this April or May. The original plan, she said, was to take a break this March, but delays in the taping of her show made them push their plans later this year.

"We'll try it in the normal way first. And then, kung hindi pa rin, next year, I might have to take a break for the whole year," she said.

But even before the break, Regine is already preparing herself for the changes that will come once she focuses on getting pregnant.

"Kasi actually, ang totoo, naeenjoy ko to be at home and to take care of my husband. Pero at the same time, sanay ko na nagtratrabaho. Bata pa lang ako nagtatrabaho na ako. So I'm trying to prepare myself. Saka (sinasanay) ko yung sarili ko para emotionally and physically, sanay ako na hindi gagalaw. That's why I'm gonna try it na slow down a little bit," Regine added.

The couple is also open to other options such as artificial insemination.

"For both of us kasi, reality na yun kasi nga yung age ko. So OK lang yun," Regine said. "I mean, kung talagang makakatulong yun, pero di pa rin yun 100 percent. Like I said, ang 100 percent lang si Lord. Kung madecide Nyang bigyan kami ng baby, my God, I'll be so happy."

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