Lucy Torres-Gomez’s Instagram post for Richard Gomez shows us what true love is

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True love does exist. Thank you Lucy Torres-Gomez for reaffirming our belief in love.

Lucy Torres-Gomez posted a throwback photo of herself in Lake Caliraya in Laguna during the time of 1993. She was shooting a commercial for Lux Shampoo. She tells the pvblic she was already in love with Richard Gomez, and only her sister knew about it.

“I never knew this photo existed until I became his wife,” she wrote.

I never knew this photo existed until I became his wife. This was taken in 1993, in Lake Caliraya where we shot the second storyboard of our Lux Shampoo TV commercial. Here, I am all of 18 years old, in a long white dress, and totally in love with him (well, since I was 12, actually😂). The latter, of course, no one knew except for my sister Caren who was with me as my chaperone. Anyway. This was Day 2 of our shoot, the morning was hot but the wind was cool, the lake sparkled like a bed of diamonds under the golden sunlight. I remember seeking shade under some tree during the break, and people from the production house and agency were taking behind-the-scenes shots. And somewhere far away from the crowd, there was Richard —— tall, dark, handsome, and perfect, in khaki shorts and a shirt, his professional camera with him. I looked towards him, and seeing that his camera was pointed somewhere in my direction I smiled for him, never mind if I did not know for sure it was I that he saw in those lens. Years later, in 1998, I married him to live happily ever after, and as a very new bride organizing our things in our home, I saw this photograph in a drawer. He says he has kept it all along, and that I look beautiful. And if indeed I do, my love, it is only because I was looking at you.♥️ @richardgomezinstagram

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She adds: “And somewhere far away from the crowd, there was Richard —— tall, dark, handsome, and perfect, in khaki shorts and a shirt, his professional camera with him. I looked towards him, and seeing that his camera was pointed somewhere in my direction I smiled for him, never mind if I did not know for sure it was I that he saw in those lens.”

“Years later, in 1998, I married him to live happily ever after, and as a very new bride organizing our things in our home, I saw this photograph in a drawer,” Lucy wrote. “He says he has kept it all along, and that I look beautiful. And if indeed I do, my love, it is only because I was looking at you.”

Our hearts.

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