Beauty queen Lara Quigaman couldn't help but react to some online users making fun of celebrity grooms, particularly those who were seen crying during their respective weddings.
Some netizens even collated photos of the crying men, all of whom coincidentally ended up parting ways with their wives.
On Facebook, Lara was among those who reacted, noting how her husband, actor Marco Alcaraz, also shed tears during their nuptial.
"'Hintay lang kayo, next year, hiwalay na din kayo.' -came across this comment in one of my previous post," she wrote on Facebook.
"Recently, ang daming balita ng hiwalayan, away, etc. Nakakalungkot, pero mas nakakalungkot na maraming tao are making memes and jokes out of it and what's worse, others pa are waiting for other relationships to fail! Marco cried on both of our weddings, sa unang kasal pa nga namin sa Vancouver, humagulgol siya... does that mean- maghihiwalay kami dahil lang umiyak ang asawa ko sa kasal namin?"
Recall that Lara and Marco had a back-to-back wedding ceremony in 2011 and 2012.
Lara couldn't believe that there are some people really waiting and hoping for such to happen.
"Marriage is not easy. Marco and I have been married for almost 12 years- but we always pray and ask God to cover our relationship, we pray that we will never be complacent and think we are alright when we are not. We are not perfect and we know that there will be temptations and challenges all the time and we can only rely on God's grace to keep us from falling and failing...," she said.
The beauty queen then shared a message to those going through challenges in their married life.
"God is gracious, give your frustrations and heartaches to Him. Nothing is too broken for Him to restore and make whole again, nothing too impossible for Him to fix... seek Him, cry out to Him. He answers... I am praying with you tonight," she said.
"The shoes in the Danube riverbank is a memorial for the Jews who were shot and whose bodies were thrown into the river. Seeing the shoes made it easier to imagine what those people went through and I can only pray it never happens to anyone again... with all these news of loss and break-ups, let us be kinder, let us put ourselves in their shoes and imagine what it would be like- if people made a joke out of our heartache?," she added.
Meanwhile, Jessy Mendiola also echoed the same sentiment after her husband, TV host Luis Manzano, was included in the same meme.
The sexy star commented on the post, relating how no one should ever wish ill on others.
"Masyado nang madaming negativity sa mundo. Wag pagtawanan ang heartbreak ng ibang tao, mabilis ang karma," it read.