• Top of the Morning: Diana Zubiri Ties the Knot

    "You are my forever," Andy told his bride
  • 1. Diana Zubiri and Andy Smith get married

    Sexy actress Diana Zubiri and model Andy Smith tied the knot last Sunday, May 10. The ceremony was held at Sampaguita Gardens in New Manila, Quezon City. Andy posted on Instagram: “Our big day has finally arrived. I will be marrying the love of my life and nothing excites me more to know you are my forever.” Diana, on the other hand, cited lyrics from the songs “I Have Nothing” by Whitney Houston and “I Knew I Loved You” by Savage Garden in her wedding vows. Showbiz friends of the couple like Camille Prats, Paolo Ballesteros, Will Devaughn, and Francine Prieto were present. The two got engaged in Japan in February of this year. (pep.ph)


    2. Monaco’s royal twins get baptized
    The royal five-month-old twins Gabriella Therese Marie and Jacques Honore Rainier Grimaldi of Monaco were baptized, ushering a new era of monarchy. Over 700 guests and members of the public filled the cathedral to witness the momentous event, and several more were outside the venue or tuned to the tube as the ceremony was also televised. The mood was festive with blue and pink ribbons flying and flags of Africa (Princess Charlene’s home country) and the United States (as a nod to Prince Albert’s American mother, the late Grace Kelly) were waved. (people.com)


    3. Molly Sims is a multi-tasking momma
    Actress, model, designer, and mom Molly Sims proved she could juggle work while caring for her newborn daughter Scarlett. She captioned a photo of herself on the phone working while her daughter slept peacefully in her arms: “ Multitasking at its finest #theeverydaysupermomma #preciousangle.” In another photo, she’s seen working on her laptop while Scarlett is fast asleep in a baby sling as she typed away. Super Momma indeed! (usmagazine.com)


    4. Million Moms March to end police violence
    A “Million Moms March,” moms whose children have been killed by police, was held in Washington, D.C., on Saturday May 9, to rally against the violence and police brutality that has enveloped the state. The march was spearheaded by Maria Hamilton, the founder of Mothers for Justice United, an organization that brings together mourning moms. She said: “I'm tired of going to these moms' houses, comforting them. They're broken; they lost everything. I was broken, until I learned how to fight.” (huffingtonpost.com)


    5. The Try Guys experience “giving birth”
    The Try Guys —- who recently tried to wear a pregnancy belly for an entire day —- got the experience they will never forget: labor pains. But since nothing can ever mimic labor pains, the closest they got were electrodes on their abdominal area and perineum area (where the vagina would be if he were a woman). They all screamed in pain, but also walked out of the experience with newfound respect for women who give birth. (buzzfeed.com)


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