Pormal nang ipinakilala ni Will Devaughn, 37, sa kanyang Instagram followers ang bagong karelasyon na si Cay Kuijpers, 23.
Kahit ilang beses na silang nakikitang magkasama sa ilang mountain climbing activities sa ibang bansa, hindi pa direktang pinapangalanan ni Will si Cay bilang kanyang karelasyon.
Sabi ni Will sa kanyang post na may heart emoji: “Serendipity…”
Bahagi naman ng isang post ni Cay sa kanyang Instagram: "There is no need to underplay emotions with your trusted ones; be yourself, show them every small thing, it makes those small things all the more interesting and special.
"With that said, I love you baby.”
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Happy Valentine’s Day, everyone. On this day or any other, do not be afraid to show your love to the ones you truly care about. There is no need to underplay emotions with your trusted ones; be yourself, show them every small thing, it makes those small things all the more interesting and special. ❤️ With that said, I love you baby 😘 . . . . . 📸 @anthonybarlanphotography . . . #valentines #love
December 2017, naghiwalay si Will at kanyang noo'y longtime girlfriend na si Roxanne Barcelo, ngunit naihayag lang ito ng aktres noong January 31, 2018.
WHO IS CAY KUIJPERS?
Sino nga ba si Cay?
Ayon sa “about me” section ng kanyang website na www.caykuijpers.com.au, siya ay isang international emcee/presenter, TV, and web host.
Umaabot ang kanyang trabaho mula South East Asia hanggang Australia.
Hilig din niya ang golf kaya naman naiimbitahan siya sa golf tournaments.
Sabi pa ni Cay sa kanyang profile sa SP Models Entertainment management, “I’m 23 years old, born in Philippines but have been staying in Malaysia for 7 years.
“My father is dutch and my mom is half-Filipino and half-Spanish.
“I graduated from university with a degree in Business Management (major in logistics) 2 years ago, tried working a 9-5 job in an IT firm for a few months but it didn’t work out all that well.
“Besides modeling, i like outdoor sports like golf, wakeboarding and rock climbing.
“I also like painting portraits, architectures and concretes.”