Yes, second. The former actress is currently six months pregnant with her and husband Andy Smith’s first child. The two were married in May 2015 after getting engaged in Japan in February of the same year. However, not many know that Diana Zubiri is already a mom to a boy, her son with late husband Alex Lopez who passed away in 2010. She chose to protect her eldest son who went through two operations to fix his lip and cleft palate. He is a grade one student in Ateneo de Manila Univeristy and garnered first honors in his class. Double congratulations! (pep.ph)
2. Iya Villania already shopping for maternity wear?
“Can't believe this day has come... #MaternityWear. I really don't need it as much yet, but there is a significant level of comfort that maternity wear brings. I can imagine how much more when my belly grows even bigger,” Iya Villania wrote in an Instagram post. The 24 Oras “Chika Minute” anchor is an advocate of exercising even while pregnant. “For the other mommas out there who wanna stay active yet are given 'the look' and them rolling eyes... This is for you #YouAreNotBeingAbadMomma #KeepItUp #ActiveBuntis #FitPreggo #ExerciseSmart #DontForgetTheRules," she wrote in another post. Iya consults her doctor about her fitness regimen beforehand. (gmanetwork.com)
3. Disney is making a live-action Peter Pan movie Add this to the long list of live-action remakes the studio has lined up. According to a report, Peter Pan is the latest addition that will get the live-action treatment at the hands of director David Lowery, the director of another new live-action Disney classic Pete’s Dragon. No other details about the film has been confirmed. It was only last year when the live-action movie Pan tackled the story of an orphaned Peter who was determined to find his mom in Neverland (the film did not do so well). Other live-action remakes in the works are Beauty and the Beast, 101 Dalmatians, and a story that centers on Red Rose, Snow White's estranged sister. (eonline.com)
The child care company giant has received two reports of pegs coming out of its cradle swings, causing the seats to fall. So far, no injuries have been reported, but Fisher-Price is not taking any chances. The recall affects over 34,000 units of Fisher-Price's Cradle ’n Swing three models, sold from November 2015 through March 2016. If you have the product, stop using it immediately and contact Fisher-Price for revised assembly instructions. Click here for the full report of the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. (babble.com)
5. Parents who fly with their kids may have a reason to celebrate If you’re in the United States, that is. The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration may soon require airlines to allow parents to sit with their children at no extra cost. The proposed amendment also allows parents to escort their kids as they go through security checks and have pregnant women pre-board ahead of the other passengers. Currently, parents who want to guarantee a seat beside their kids have to pax extra, unless other passengers are willing to trade seats. (popsugar.com)