Gretchen Barretto takes Dominique's fashion creations to London
Gretchen went shopping and sightseeing with her daughter's latest fashion creations. Dominique posted a snap of her mom wearing a jacket she designed on Instagram and simply captioned it, "La Greta in a jacket by me." Gretchen, however, had a more flashy way of showing how proud she is of her daughter. "Pretending Harrods [luxury department store in London) is my runway... jacket by my little one," she wrote as a caption for a video she posted on Instagram.
So far, Gretchen has worn two of Dominique's creations. One is a bell-sleeved cropped jacket in fuchsia and purple (seen above). Then, in time for lunch, the proud mom changed into a yellow top with cut-out sleeves.
Dominique is in her last year as a fashion design student at the Instituto Marangoni London. Last Mother's Day, the 22-year-old posted a tribute to her mom. "As I embark on my last few days of my degree, my mum has reminded me to embrace fear as something positive. She is the most brilliant woman I know," the budding fashion designer wrote. (pep.ph)
BPI still fixing accounts that still reflect incorrect amounts
After assuring clients that access to automated teller machines and online banking has been restored last night, June 7, the Bank of the Philippines Islands (BPI) has once again suspended activation for its electronic channels. The bank's branches, however, will extend operating hours. BPI's latest statement read: "Clients will continue to be serviced by our branches, which will be open until 7:30 pm today. Furthermore, our other banking systems, such as credit cards, remittance, SWIFT, equities brokerage (BPI Trade), investments, and loans remain operational." The bank also assured clients that the internal issue would be resolved and that integrity of the accounts will be maintained. The internal error was reported to be a glitch in the system that resulted in errors in transaction postings for accounts, causing people to lose money or have increased balances in their BPI accounts. BPI assured clients that their money remains intact with the bank. (entreprenuer.com.ph)
Kylie Padilla ready and nesting to welcome Little Prince
The soon-to-be mom is gearing up for motherhood and recently completed childbirth classes under Chiqui Brosas-Hahn. "One step closer, my love! Any mothers and fathers, couples wanting to learn about the stages of labor, breastfeeding and newborn baby care, Chiqui's class is really helpful. They [have] scheduled lessons you can take with your partner, too. It's great if you want to learn everything step by step and in detail," she wrote as a caption on Instagram. "Now it doesn't all seem so daunting anymore!" added the 26-year-old actress.
Aside from childbirth classes, Kylie is stocking up on baby care essentials like a crib and a lot of baby clothes! In another Instagram post, Kylie expressed how excited she is to meet her little boy. "Very soon it will be real, you will be in my arms," she wrote.” After everything I've heard, I'm excited about the stories and lessons that will unfold in our version of things... My little prince, I really can't wait to meet you. I can't wait to go mad for you. I've always been mad and now for someone worth going mad for. Family." Kylie wrote. "I'm excited to learn all about you, can't wait to watch the seeds of your personality blossom right before my eyes."
LOOK: The Dantes family invade California!
The Kapuso Primetime couple, together with their adorable daughter Zia, are having the time of their lives traveling the world. The Dantes family recently toured Europe, and now they're invading California. Of course, Marian and Zia had to recreate their "Ay, may daga pose" wherever they go. Look:
The family of three stopped by South Lake Tahoe, Fisherman's Wharf, Vallejo, and Emerald Bay Look Out Point in California. Aside from family quality time, they're also in the U.S. to celebrate Independence Day with GMA Pinoy TV. (gmanetwork.com)
New bill seeks nationwide curfew for minors Quezon 4th District Representative Helen Tan proposed a bill that would impose a curfew for all kids aged 17 and younger. House Bill No. 894, or otherwise known as the "Disciplinary Hours for Minors Act," does not allow minors to roam or loiter unchaperoned outside of their homes from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. "Aware naman tayo na ang kabataan nagagamit in criminal acts so technically ‘yun ‘yung intention natin to prevent these children to engage sa mga ganoong gawain and at the same time their safety," Tan explained to ABS-CBN News. Some towns and cities already have a curfew ordinance in place, but Tan believes it's time to enact it nationwide. Children who would be caught out and about during curfew hours would have to undergo counseling with their parents or guardians (first offense), community service (second offense). A third offense would have the child's parents pay a fine or face jail time.
However, Elizabeth Ampong of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) and Police Community Relations deputy director Chief Supt. Ericson Velasquez both aired their reservations about the proposed measure. Lawmakers have yet to figure out who gets custody of the kids in case they get caught for the third time, and their parents or guardians would be apprehended. (abs-cbn.com)