- Liza Soberano’s perception of their partners as being conservative is of being protective of someone they love because it’s a way of showing their affection and care for that person
- “I don’t think he is as conservative as Joshua, because Quen gives me the freedom naman to wear what I want.”
- Liza Soberano shares a friendly conversation with friend Julia Barreto about their love life by comparing which boyfriend is more a conservative
In 2013, the Star Magic batch launched the three brightest stars in showbiz today, namely Liza Soberano, Julia Barretto, and Janella Salvador. The three remained close friends.
During Liza’s interview on “Tonight with Boy Abunda” aired last Thursday, she was asked whether they talked about boys when they talked and got together.
While suppressing a laugh, Liza answered they in fact do and gave an example of their conversations.
“Julia will tell me something about Joshua. It’s a struggle for her also na sobrang conservative si Joshua sa damit niya. She asked me, ‘Does Quen have that problem, too? Is he conservative with you?’ I’m like, ‘Yes, he’s like that also,’” she narrated.
For Liza, perception of their partners to be conservative is being protective for someone they love because it’s a way of showing their affection and care for that person.
“I think it would be normal for any guy to be protective of someone they care about because that just shows that they love or they care about that person,” Soberano said.
During her conversation with Julia, she recalls that she told her, “Yes, he (Gil) is conservative, but I don’t think he is as conservative as Joshua, because Quen gives me the freedom naman to wear what I want.”
Even if Julia has preferred to use nipple tape than a bra, her boyfriend still wants to see her in less revealing clothes; unlike Liza who has the freedom to wear any clothes she wants despite Gil being conservative.
On the same interview in “Tonight with Boy Abunda,” Liza Soberano confirmed that they have been officially together since 2014 and has recently admitted their relationship to the public.