Yesterday, Jane Oineza and RK Bagatsing celebrated their one-year anniversary. The couple, who first met on the set of ABS-CBN’s Araw Gabi in 2018, shared about their milestone on Instagram. “Happy first” was their short and sweet caption, showing photographs from their dinner date, including a sweet floral surprise for Jane.Jane and RK's ig postInstagram/janeoinezaJane Oineza's ig postInstagram/janeoinezaJane Oineza's ig postInstagram/janeoinezaJane Oineza's ig postInstagram/janeoineza


Though the two rarely engage in PDA, Jane and RK showed off their romantic sides by getting ~*couple tattoos*~ last December: two dots and a curved line that formed a smiley face when linked together. So cute!

RK got candid about his relationship with his reel-to-real life sweetheart in an interview. "Yung relationship namin ni Jane, it's light, it's fun, I don't need to force anything. It's there, chemistry, relaxed," he said. "And sa ngayon, sa mga pinagdadaanan natin sa buhay, sa mga nagdaan sa pandemic, we need [that] kind of energy from other people. Yung lightness of being, nakukuha namin 'yon sa isa't isa and I'm very happy having her around."

Aww. Happy anniversary, you two!

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* Minor edits have been made by the Female Network editors.

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