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LOOK: Pia Guanio's New Baby, Soleil Brooklyn, Has Arrived!Plus, watch Scarlet Snow Belo learn how to pray, Toni Gonzaga's son Seve stars in mini-show with his Tinang Alex, and more!by Rachel Perez .
LOOK: Pia Guanio's baby Brooklyn has arrived!
The TV host took to Instagram to introduce her second daughter to the world. "Hi guys!" Pia wrote as a caption to the first photo of two-day-old baby Brooklyn who was swaddled snugly in a pink blanket. She gave birth to Soleil Brooklyn on May 29 at The Medical City in Ortigas, Pasig.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Pia's businessman husband Steeve Mago, on the other hand, posted on Instagram a photo of their newborn with big sister Scarlet. "Baby sisters," he captioned his post. Pia's friend and co-host Pauleen Luna echoed his observation and commented, "Twins!" because the two look very much alike. Congratulations, Pia, Steeve, and Scarlet! (pep.ph)
WATCH: Scarlet Snow Belo recites a prayerADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
In an Instagram video posted on the adorable two-year-old's Instagram account, Scarlet's dad Hayden Kho was shown guiding her as they pray the "Our Father." While she probably doesn't fully understand its meaning, doing so instills the habit in Scarlet's young mind. She ended it with her own prayer, a simple "Thank you, God!" without prodding from her dad. The caption for the video read: "Good morning, people! It's wake up time. Don't forget to pray before you go to work, ok. Love you!"
WATCH: "The Tinang and Seve Show"ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOWADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Alex Gonzaga is having a blast being the best aunt to her nephew Seve. The son of host-actress Toni Gonzaga and director Paul Soriano stars in his own mini-show with his "Tinang" (tita ninang) Alex, who posts the short videos on her Instagram. They're on their second episode so far, and they're just full of Seve's baby tricks and cuteness and Alex's kakulitan. The first episode, which Alex entitled "The Jump." "So far di naman diva katrabaho," Alex jokingly wrote in the caption. The second episode is called "This Kiss," and it just shows clips of the two kissing. "First time ever onscreen kissing scene namin ito so sana wala magselos," Alex quips. We're looking forward to more episodes, Tinang and Seve! (abs-cbn.com)
LRT-1 to add 42 trips on weekdays, extend operating hours
Light Rail Manila Corp. (LRMC) announced on Wednesday, May 31, that it plans to deploy additional trips on the Light Rail Transit Line 1 (LRT-1) with a new timetable to help reduce headways and cut waiting time for commuters. LRMC President and CEO Rogelio Singson said the newly proposed schedule, which is is just awaiting government approval, would increase the number of trips on weekdays by 8 percent from the current 512 to 554 trips daily. In the proposed weekday timeline, the first trip from both Baclaran and Roosevelt Stations will be at 4:30 a.m., while the evening's last trip will be at 10 p.m. northbound from Baclaran and 10:15 p.m southbound from Roosevelt. LRMC is targeting June 19, Monday, as its first day of implementation. Weekend and holiday schedules will not be affected. (gmanetwork.com)
German preschool ordered to report parents who refuse vaccination advice
In a law set to be passed next week, Germany's Health Ministry has ordered kindergartens to notify officials about parents who fail to prove that they have received counseling on child vaccination. Parents who refuse to hear credible advice about immunization or allows their kids to skip vaccinations would be fined 2,500 Euros (that's about P140,000!). Vaccination has long been mandatory for children who attend kindergarten, but before this law, it used to be up to the nurseries to decide whether or not to report such parents.
Health Minister Hermann Grohe told Bild newspaper that it's necessary to tighten the regulations due to a measles outbreak in Germany and across Europe. "Nobody can be indifferent to the fact that people are still dying of measles," he said. According to the latest figures from the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), Germany has reported a total of 504 measles cases from the start of the year up to April 16 -- that number was only 33 within the same period last year. The total number of measles cases in Germany for the whole of 2016 was just 326. (rt.com)ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
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