Months after getting married, Aiza Seguerra and Liza Diño are planning to move to a new house in preparation for a bigger family.
The couple got married in the United States in December 2014 and they had a symbolic ceremony in the Philippines last January 8.
How different is it now that they have tied the knot?
"It's an internal thing when you know that this is it already," said Aiza in an exclusive interview with PEP.ph (Philippine Entertainment Portal) during the awarding ceremony of the 2015 Singkuwento International Film Festival that took place recently at the NCCA building in Intramuros, Manila.
"Parang yung feeling na secure ka talaga.
"External naman, talagang ngayon, I really share things and I share everything with her.
"At ramdam ko yun. I consciously do it."
The singer admits that she has a tendency to keep things to herself, a trait that is slowly being changed by the presence of Liza in her life.
"Kasi I'm quite secretive... hindi naman secretive pero 'pag akin, akin.
"Kumbaga, kung problema ko, problema ko.
"Pero this time, we're building a family. We talk about everything, we share everything."
Aiza says she and Liza will be moving to a new house soon.
"We're transferring sometime this year with Amara."
Did Aiza notice anything different with her relationship with Liza's daughter after the marriage?
"Mas vocal siya," observed Aiza about Liza's seven-year-old daughter.
"I think, siya rin, mas secure.
"What this marriage brought everyone is security: emotional security.
"Alam namin sa isa't isa na magkakasama na kami, hindi yung takot...
"Ngayon, we're really in this together."
IN VITRO FERTILIZATION. Since the newlywed couple plans to do the in vitro fertilization or IVF procedure in the United States, what will happen to Aiza's career here in the Philippines?
The singer said, "It will take two months at the most, I think.
"We already spoke to the doctor and kailangan lang namin iplano nang maayos.
"In two months, ang plan is to have shows there while I'm there."
Just like Liza, Aiza also wants to have two kids in the future.
When do they plan to do the IVF procedure?
"Hopefully, latter part of the year," disclosed Aiza.
What's keeping Aiza busy now?
"I just finished recording my album and hopefully, by March mailabas na. It's my first album under Universal Records.
"Wala pang title pero I'm doing the songs of Ryan Cayabyab."
When asked about her plans on whether to undergo gender reassignment surgery or not, the singer politely declined to talk about it.