A NEW CHAPTER
Bachata singer Prince Royce is a married man! The Dominican American artist, 29, walked down the aisle with Mexican Lebanese actress Emeraude Toubia, 30, in a dream ceremony in Mexico. “We don’t want anything to change” Toubia told People en Español about this new chapter as husband and wife. “I feel like a lot of people get married and expect things to change”. Keeping their connection strong while still each thriving as professionals and individuals is the newlyweds’ game plan. “It’s like having a best friend, it really is!”, she adds about finding her life partner.
The singer —who captioned this portrait of him and his wife with a king and queen emoji— says keeping their home life private is important to him. “Privacy is power, what people don’t know they can’t ruin”, he told People en Español. “And I feel like nowadays everyone is uploading everything on Instagram. You see all these people, all these realtionships. ‘OMG, we met!’, in a month they’re broken up and if you don’t upload something, people think something is wrong”.
Even though they seldom post photos together on social media, you can connect the dots between their two Instagram accounts, seeing similiar photos they each post from the same location, like this lovely sunflower field.
Here is Prince in the same field, captioning this magical moment with a romantic declaration to Emeraude: “You’re the sunflower, es que tu amor [your love] is just too much”.
ON THE GO
Being on the go is part of the artist’s way of life but it’s great to come home to the person you love and make a home together. The two dated for 8 years before saying ‘I do!”
The Shadowhunters actress and model is also used to the jetset life and doesn’t mind the nomadic lifestyle that comes with their work agendas.
Emeraude is very proud of her Mexican and Lebanese roots, and Royce loves his Dominican heritage so their future children will grow up in a multicultural home.
LA DOLCE VITA
Traveling together and enjoying good food is a passion they share. They have posted Insta postcards from Italy, Thailand, Israel and other breathtaking destinations.
LOVING THE MOMENT
Although they are adventurous and love sharing fun activities —like going skiing or riding camels— they don’t always post everything on social media. “Emeraude and I have always kind of done a really good job balancing the privacy with the work”, Royce told People en Español. “You know, just because we’re not posting stuff every day about each other doesn’t mean we’re not supporting each other, we’re not loving each other”. To which the actress adds: “You have to live the moment, not post it”.
Enjoying this honeymoon stage and devoting themselves to their succesful careers is what the couple is focused on now. But having kids is definitely in the horizon…”Most women want to form a family”, Toubia admits. “Not right now, but maybe in a couple of years, sooner rather than later.” To which the singer, who comes from a big family, adds with a laugh about having babies: “I think 2 or 3 is fine!