Kylie Padilla is reportedly three months pregnant, and Aljur Abrenica is dad, sources say
Pep.ph reports that the Encantadia actress is pregnant and is already three months on the family way. The report's sources confirm that fellow Kapuso actor Aljur Abrenica is the father of her child. Kylie, 23, and Aljur, 26, have not publicly spoken about the pregnancy. Pep.ph has sought an official statement from GMA Corporate Communications about their contract starts the entertainment portal has not received any response, as of this writing.
Despite the lack of statement from the couple or their television network, fans of the Kylie and Aljur have already flooded their social media pages with comments. There are those who are using the hashtag #KeepAmihan -- a plea to GMA-7 to keep the actress on the show (they fear she'll be taken off the fantaserye if she is indeed pregnant). Many are hitting Aljur with negative comments for putting Kylie's career in jeopardy.
On Kylie's Instagram account, however, one fan wondered why everyone is assuming that a pregnancy will slow down Kylie's career. Her comment (see above) got a response from Kylie: a simple heart emoji.
Kylie posted this quote on Instagram two days ago: "There are so many beautiful reasons to be happy."
Back in December 2016, she also posted this poem that she wrote: "This fragile age and silent rage/ These lies/ Of whos and whys/ The little child inside/ Behind doors, trying to hide." Sources say the two, who rekindled their relationship in September 2016 after taking a two-year break, "are very much in love." (pep.ph)
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Robin Padilla asks Vina Morales to be daughter Isabella's godmother
So how did Robin Padilla ask his former flame, Vina Morales, to be the ninang of his daughter with Mariel Rodriguez? Through Instagram! Vina had posted a photo of her and Robin during a performance at the commemoration of the declaration of the First Philippine Republic in Malolos, Bulacan. Mariel was tagged in the photo, which had this caption from Vina: "It's always fun singing with you bin @robinhoodpadilla. Walang kupas ang iyong kabaitan, tama na ang kagwapuhan, haha! Alam ko yan ang mas gusto mo marinig, haha! Happy that you're with your family now." In the comments, Robin then asked Vina to be one of daughter Isabella's godmothers by simply writing, "Ninang ka ha." Vina accepted, adding, "I'm touched. Salamat sa tiwala." (abs-cbn.com)
'No window hours' coding policy extended until July 2017 Metropolitan Manila Develpment Authority (MMDA) officer in charge and general manager Tim Orbos announced on Monday that the Metro Manila Council has agreed to extend the "no window hours" coding policy because it was effective in improving traffic flow especially on EDSA. The 'no window hour's coding policy was introduced in October, which banned all vehicles under the number coding scheme from using 24 major roads all over the city from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. The policy is being implemented in all roads in the cities of Makati, Mandaluyong and Las Piñas; Edsa, Roxas Boulevard, C5, Alabang-Zapote Road, Taft Avenue, South Superhighway, Shaw Boulevard, Ortigas Avenue, Aurora Boulevard/R. Magsaysay Boulevard, España, Quezon Avenue, Commonwealth Avenue, A. Bonifacio Avenue, Rizal Avenue and Northern Coastal; C.M. Recto Avenue, A.H. Lacson Avenue, President Quirino Avenue, G. Araneta Avenue, Sgt. Rivera, A. Mabini Street, McArthur Highway, and Marcos Highway. (inquirer.net)
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NatGeo includes PHL's pink beach as best in the world
National Geographic's "21 Best Beaches in The World" includes one of our own, the Philippines's Pink Beach in Great Santa Cruz Island, located off the southern coast of Zamboanga. The beach's blush color comes from crushed organ-pipe corals that blend with the white sand. To get to this NatGeo-approved beach, book a flight to Zamboanga City and visit the City Tourism office in Paseo Del Mar to register, as visitors to the island are regulated. Boat charters to the island is at P1,000 and you'd have to pay an entrance fee of P100 and terminal fee of P5. (spot.ph)
Kendra and Scarlet Kramer try the Pie Face game
Doug Kramer is the kind of dad who's doesn't mind when playtime with the kids gets messy. Just take a look at a recent Instagram video of his daughters Kendra and Scarlet playing the Pie Face game. To play the Pie Face game, players should load the arm with whipped cream and place their chin on the rests allotted. The players then hit their respective red buttons to try to move the arm (with whipped cream) towards their opponent until it springs up and slaps whipped cream in one of the player's faces. The two little girls won two rounds each. Doug and Chesca also played the game, and guess who won? Well, Chesca admitted she was ready to lose, admitting that she presses the red button really slowly compared to her husband. It was all fun for Team Kramer. (abs-cbn.com)