• Musician Kitchie Nadal and TV Host Pia Guanio Show Off Their Baby Bumps!

    Plus, see Jodi and Thirdy re-enact an ancient Japanese sword fight, watch the first trailer for the 'Captain Underpants' movie, and more!
    by Rachel Perez .
  • Musician Kitchie Nadal flaunts four-month baby bump

    The singer-songwriter gave fans a peek of her four-month-old baby bump while on vacation with husband Carlos Lopez at Liwalize It Surf Camp in Santo Niño, Zambales. Kitchie announced her pregnancy a month ago, during the repeat show of Secrets (with fellow musicians Barbie Almalbis and Aia de Leon) at the Music Museum. In one of the most memorable moments of the show, a video of Kitchie's unborn baby's ultrasound scan was projected on the big screen behind her as she and her mom Marjorie Nadal, who plays the keyboards, performed her songs "Moon River" and "Same Ground." 

    This is the first baby for the "Wag Na Wag Mong Sasabihin" singer. She and husband Carlos tied the knot in 2015. Congratulations! (abs-cbn.com)


    Pia Guanio shows off her third-trimester preggo belly in a bikini

    Last month, the TV host announced that she and husband Steve Mago are expecting their second child. Pia was in her second trimester then, but her baby bump had yet to show. Now on her seventh month of pregnancy, Pia was a proud and sexy preggy as she, Steve, and their daughter spent some quality R&R in Amanpulo, Palawan. Steve posted on Instagram a photo of his pregnant wife and captioned it, "Hot pregger wife." In a black and white photo that Pia posted on Instagram, she wrote, "7 down. 2 to go," referring to the number of months before they are to welcome the new addition to their family. "Pretty soon there will be 3 of you!!" she wrote in another Instagram post. The couple has not yet made public the gender of their upcoming baby. (gmanetwork.com)


    WATCH: 'Ninja' Thirdy saves mom Jodi from samurai

    "Thirdy and I had a wonderful experience learning the Japanese art of sword fighting. The art teaches us a moral principle -- to discipline our souls and spirit," the actress wrote as caption for an Instagram video. "We got to perform what we've learned, too! Thirdy chose to be a Ninja and I, a distressed female who was attacked by a Samurai wanting to be saved. Enjoy watching!" Jodi added. The mother-and-son duo is currently on vacation in Kyoto, Japan. In another Instagram post, the single mom shared that she and Thirdy got to experience riding the jinrikisha, the main mode of transportation in the ancient city since the 1870s. (abs-cbn.com)


    Watch: The very first trailer for Captain Underpants the movie!

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    DreamWorks has released the very first trailer for Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie. The film is based on a popular a children's novel series The Adventures of Captain Underpants by American author and illustrator Dav Pilkey. The superhero's origin is quite unique: two fourth-graders, George Beard and Harold Hutchins (voiced by Kevin Hart and Ed Helms, who introduce the trailer in the beginning) accidentally turn their mean high school principal into their homemade comic’s superhero, the not-so-bright but really kind-hearted Captain Underpants. And yes, he wears, well, just his underpants and a red cape. Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie opens in theaters in June. (ew.com)


    Breastfeeding mom emoji finally approved!

     

    It's official! A breastfeeding emoji is coming to Apple devices on June 30. The emoji features a baby breastfeeding in the "cradle hold" which, according to registered nurse Rachel Lee's proposal, is the "most popular method of holding a baby when breastfeeding." Back in October 2016, Lee officially proposed to Unicode, the creator of the emoji keyboard, to make a breastfeeding emoji to complement the baby emoji, bottle emoji, and the complete set of family emojis. She argued that a breastfeeding emoji will be a hit as a lot of mothers today nurse their baby. An Emojipedia survey also cites breastfeeding as one of the top 30 most-requested emojis of 2016 -- and now their wish is coming true! (popsugar.com)

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