Lino Cayetano, Fille Cainglet to tie the knot?

Soon-to-be wed Fille Cainglet and Lino Cayetano (Photo from his Twitter account) Soon-to-be wed Fille Cainglet and Lino Cayetano (Photo from his Twitter account)

He has been romantically linked with different showbiz personalities in the past, but now bachelor director-politician Lino Cayetano is reportedly decided on settling down.

The youngest Cayetano scion will marry volleyball star Fille Cainglet this December, according to an article posted on the website of radio announcer Ogie Diaz.

The Taguig City solon supposedly refused to give further details about their wedding plans, save that it could be held outside Metro Manila.

Sketch of Cainglet's wedding dress? (Photo from her Twitter account) Sketch of Cainglet's wedding dress? (Photo from her Twitter account)

On Twitter, the athlete, who is 12 years his junior, shared a photo of what some deem as a sketch of a wedding gown.

Cayetano and Cainglet have been in a relationship for three months. They met last summer.

The couple shares an interest for volleyball. During his college days, Cayetano, along with his sister Senator Pia, used to play for University of the Philippines in the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP). Fille, on the other hand, had graduated from Ateneo where he played for its Ateneo Lady Eagles team.

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