Singer Prince Royce and his wife Emeraude Toubia decided to break with the privacy that characterizes them and released a romantic video of both in the privacy of their bedroom.
The 39-second clip was shared on the Instagram account of the Canadian model and actress, in which both reveal how they spend their quarantine days at home due to the coronavirus: singing romantic songs.
On this occasion, the couple is sitting in what appears to be the bed in their bedroom and they perform a much more romantic version of the song "Rojo" by the Colombian J Balvin.
“Amor del domingo” was the message that accompanied the publication, which has more than a million views and almost 7,000 comments.
"The sweetest couple", "Oh, they look at each other with so much love that I cry" or "The two sound like a couple of Disney characters, were some of the compliments they received from their fans.
The interpreter of "Little things" has rarely shared images or videos of both on social networks, where he limits himself to sharing matters of his musical career, images of his body of a heart attack or funny occurrences on TikTok.
Royce and his wife were engaged for two years before secretly getting married and an intimate ceremony in Mexico.
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The artists met each other thanks to mutual friends and started having a dating relationship eight years ago. Then, in June 2017, they got engaged when the interpreter of "Give you a kiss" gave his beloved, one of the protagonists of the Shadowhunters series, a $ 100,000 ring.
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