Kris plays matchmaker for Aquino, Shinawatra

(UPDATE) The presidential sister is at it again.

Actress Kris Aquino has played matchmaker again for her brother, bachelor President Benigno "Noynoy" Aquino III, this time with a new prospect: Thailand's Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra.

Shinawatra who arrived in PH Thursday met with the president to boost Thailand and PH's bilateral relationship.

In her tweet, Kris praised the Thai leader's beauty and noted that she's a good match for her brother.

"She's tall & slim & attractive! 44 yrs old, bagay for PNoy!" Kris said.

The headturner Thai leader however is already "married" to a businessman named Anusorn Amornchata and has one son. She is technically single because her marriage had not been registered, according to several reports.

Aquino has been reported dating since his break-up with Shalani Soledad but has already requested for privacy in his quest for his life-long partner.

'Good discussion'

In his speech at Malacanang, Aquino said he had good discussions with Shinawatra.

"Prime Minister Shinawatra and I had very good discussions: it was an illuminating exchange of views on bilateral and regional issues of mutual interest to both our countries," said Aquino.

Aquino said Thailand is among Philippines’ largest trading partners and the two countries are now seeking to expand partnerships.

"Outside of our robust economic engagement, the Prime Minister and I agreed to further expand our functional cooperation in key areas such as education, combating drug trafficking, and disaster risk reduction and management," said Aquino.

He also invited Thai companies to invest in PH's Private-Public Partnership (PPP) program, as he noted that the "private sector is a vital partner in fulfilling our growth and development objectives."

Aquino also thanked Thailand for helping PH during the Sendong tragedy.

Aquino also bared that he and Shinawatra discussed disputes on the West Philippine Sea.

"I reiterated our position that a rules-based approach is the only legitimate way to address the disputes in the West Philippine Sea," he said.

This is Shinawatra's first visit to the Philippines and is a key event for the 63rd anniversary of diplomatic relations between PH and Thailand.