Juliana Gomez, the only daughter of Ormoc City Mayor Richard Gomez and Leyte 4th District Representative Lucy Gomez-Torres, is presently being linked with athlete Fencer Miggy Bonnevie Bautista.
In his Instagram account, Miggy Bonnevie-Bautista posted some sweet photos of him and Juliana.
Sa series of photos na nai-post, it would be seen that Miggy and Juliana are seated in a sofa.
In one photo, it would be seen that Miggy was kissing the arm of Juliana while Juliana looked on.
In another photo, they are comfortably seated while looking at each other.
Simpleng fingers crossed at heart emoji was Juliana’s comment to the posts of Miggy.
To which Miggy answered with a kissing emoji.
Last December 26, 2020, Miggy posted some pictures of him and Juliana standing side by side with each other while holding a drink.
Basing from his on his Instagram account, he happens to be an athlete who studies at the Ateneo de Manila University.
Member rin siya ng Philippine National Fencing team.
Nakalagay rin sa kanyang Instagram account that he is “Olympic bound.”
There’s a great possibility that Richard is aware of the status of Juliana and Miggy.
It appears kasi na magkasama sa training sina Juliana at Miggy para sa fencing.
Si Richard ang current president ng Philippine Fencing Association.
To be honest, it has been written that Richard would want to host the training camp of the fencing athletes in Ormoc.
Dating national athlete si Richard sa iba’t ibang sports, including fencing.
Samantala, Miggy became a member of the Philippine Fencing team two years ago.
Nanalo siya ng bronze medal sa U17 division ng National Swiss Cadet Competition na ginanap sa Fribourg, Switzerland.
In the year 2018, he won the gold medal at the individual juniors epee competition of the Philippine National Junior and Cadet Fencing Championship
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