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  • Rufa Mae Quinto Welcomes Daughter Alexandria

    Plus, see photos from Luis Alandy's Tagaytay wedding, Amy Perez speaks up about kasambahay who stole from them, and more!
    by Rachel Perez .
  • Rufa Mae Quinto welcomes baby girl!


    The sexy comedienne has given birth to her and husband Trevor Magallanes’s first child last night, February 17, at St. Luke’s Medical Center-Global City in Taguig. The couple took to Instagram to share a photo of their first-born, a daughter whom they will name Alexandria Athena. “I’m not going to lie, I feel a little dizzy after seeing you come to life,” Trevor wrote on Instagram. “Mabuhay anak, welcome to what is known as life. Enjoy it and I hope u live it by your mother's famous words ‘todo na to!’” he added. In another photo, Trevor described the moment when Rufa Mae met her daughter as “Love at first.” Congratulations! (pep.ph)

    In photos: Luis Alandy and Joselle Fernandez’s wedding

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    The Greatest Love actor Luis Alandy and Joselle Fernandez tied the knot at Two Gardens in Tagaytay yesterday, February 17. The two were together for two years before getting engaged. Spotted at their wedding were Luis’s talent manager Noel Ferrer, Marilen Nunez, and Aga Muhlach who stood as the couple’s godparents. Marco Alcaraz and Lara Quigaman also came with their son, as well as Joross Gamboa and wife Katz Sagan.



    When Luis celebrated his birthday on February 7, Joselle wrote on Instagram, "In exactly 10 days, you're going to receive the greatest gift you'll ever have in your ** years of existence... ME. But seriously, in my own little ways, I promise to make sure that every added year in your life will be well-celebrated... never alone." Luis had said in an interview last month that he has found the one in Joselle. "Yung hinahanap ko na someone to be with, siya na yun, e. Very good family values, sobrang bait niya rin, so siya na talaga.” Best wishes! (pep.ph)

    Amy Perez gets emotional about her thieving kasambahay’s arrest
    “Hirap din ng sobrang bait. Naaawa ako, pero baka daw marami pang mabiktima pag di ikulong,“ said the TV host regarding Melrose Buli-buli, a.k.a. Rose Besona, her house helper who was arrested through an entrapment operation by the Special Operations Unity of the Quezon City Police District. Besona stole P12,000 in cash and three expensive watches worth P260,000 of Carlo Castillo, Amy’s husband. Besona has also admitted to stealing food, valuables, and money from her employers every time the couple leaves the house. She was slapped with a case of non-bailable qualified theft by the couple. (inquirer.net)

    Recall alert: Britax strollers


    The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and Britax are recalling two of their stroller models, both of which have been in the market since 2011. The two strollers are the B-Agile and BOB Motion Strollers with click-and-go receivers. The recall comes after 33 incidents of strollers unexpectedly disconnecting from the stroller component and falling to the ground — 26 of the 33 cases resulted in injuries such as scratches, bruises, cuts, and bumps to the head. According to the CPSC, “a damaged receiver mount on the stroller can cause the car seat to disengage and fall unexpectedly, posing a fall hazard to infants in the car seat.” The issue arises when the strollers are in travel system mode, wherein the car seat component is attached to the stroller frame using click-and-go receivers. Since the strollers have been sold for quite some time now, the commission estimates that about 676,000 of these strollers have been sold in the U.S., with an additional 40,000 or so sold outside the U.S. Check here for the specific list of model numbers. (huffingtonpost.com)

    American Doll to release more diverse-looking dolls


    After unveiling Logan Everett, the doll company’s very first boy doll named a few days ago, American Girl also announced its plans to make and release Native Hawaiian and Korean American dolls this year. Z Yang is a Korean American filmmaker, and also the star of American Girl’s YouTube series that have been streaming since 2015; she's the company's second Asian American doll. Nanea Mitchell is a Native Hawaiian girl who grew up during the start of World War II. Nanea stories teach the value of kokua, a Hawaiian word that represents selflessness and helping others. The new diverse doll is the company’s response to parents and kids’ requests for characters with more experiences, more diversity, and more interests. (huffingtonpost.com)

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