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Eat Bulaga!, the country's longest-running noontime show on television, is celebrating its 37th anniversary this year. Many of the hosts have gotten married and raised a family. Here's a look at some of the lovely daughters who know Eat Bulaga as dad or mom's "office."
Just like her dad Vic Sotto and mom Dina Bonnevie, Danica Sotto-Pingris has also established her name in the entertainment scene. The Happy Wife, Happy Life is also a wife to cager Marc Pingris and a mom to two adorable kids.
Danica's sister, Paulina Luz Sotto, is Vic's youngest daughter. She is an artist who graduated cum laude in Ateneo de Manila University last year. Based on her Instagram posts, she is set to get married soon.
Senator Tito Sotto's daughters (from left) Lala, Apple, and Ciara are all pretty. They got some of their features from their mom, veteran actress Helen Gamboa. But only Ciara became interested in joining showbiz. Her older sisters chose to be more active in politics.
Joey De Leon's eldest is Cheenee (left), his daughter with Daria Ramirez. Those who lived through the '90s would remember her brief stint in showbiz. Cheenee is the ate of Keempee. The host's eldest with Eileen Macapagal (second from right) is Jocas (right).
Currently a sophomore in University of the Philippines Manila, Toni Aquino, the daughter of Ruby Rodriguez, loves to dance like her mom.
Dr. Myki Manalo is the daughter of comedian Jose Manalo. She is part of Far Eastern University-Nicanor Reyes Medical Foundation's Class 2016, and took BS Psychology at De La Salle University.
Keira Claire Ballesteros is the unica hija of Paolo Ballesteros, who captioned this photo, "Our Keira, soon-to-be-international-model. Galingan mo, anak." She is presently in the U.S.
This chinita beauty is the daughter of Pia Guanio and Steve Mago. Scarlet is turning 4 this August 30.
Here are the daughters of Ryan Agoncillo. His eldest is Yohan, who is athletic like her dad, and Baby Luna, who will be seven months old this August 8.
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* Minor edits have been made by the Smartparenting.com.ph editors.