Top of the Morning: John and Isabel Post Pics of Four Seasons-Themed Prenup ShootThe shoot was held at the Prats-owned Batangas farm
1. John Prats and Isabel Oli share latest prenup photos
The couple, who are set to wed next month, posted photo collages from their four seasons-themed prenuptial photo shoot earlier today. The shoot took place at the Prats-owned Nayomi Sanctuary Resort in Balete, Batangas, and it is also where the wedding will be held on May 16. (pep.ph)ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
2. British schools could report parents who let kid play violent video games
The Nanwich Education Partnership in Cheshire, England sent letters to parents at 15 elementary schools and one secondary school, reminding parents that playing violent video games, such as Call of Duty, and using social media such as Facebook and WhatsApp can make children "vulnerable to grooming for sexual exploitation or extreme violence" -- and seemingly threatening the parents that if they don't start monitoring their kids' video-game time, they could be reported to the police. The letter states, "If your child is allowed to have inappropriate access to any game, or associated product, that is designated for 18+, we are advised to contact the police and children's social care as this is deemed neglectful." (yahoo.com)
3. Baby born with a "trunk" worshipped as elephant god
In India, a baby girl with a trunk-like protrusion between her eyes is being worshipped as a god. The locals believe she is a reincarnation of the Hindi god of success, Ganesha, who has the face of an elephant, and those who flock to see the girl are offerings gifts of any kind. Doctors said her "trunk" is most likely due to a gene mutation cause by malnutrition and pollution. The girl has been nicknamed Lord Ganpatni -- "Ganesha's wife." (nydailynews.com)
4. Kraft Foods halts "Kids Eat Right" campaign
Kraft Foods and the Academy of Nutrition Dietetics (AND) ends a three-year as a number of dietitians petitioned to remove the AND seal and its "Kids Eat Right" label from the manufacturer's products. The campaign was meant to raise awareness that the diets of American children lack dairy, calcium, and vitamin D, and the label was supposed to help shoppers make smarter food decisions, but petitioners say that putting the seal serves as an endorsement rather than creating awareness. (huffingtonpost.com)
5. Robin Padilla posts tribute to women on social media
When his wife actress and host Mariel Rodriguez had a medical procedure to clear the blood in her uterus after a miscarriage, the action star posted on Instagram a message for the women in his life: "I saw a lot of blood in my life but this was the most educating, ang tindi talaga ng sakit na dinadaanan ng mga babae, with or without pregnancy, they go through hell and heaven. There is no greater love than a mothers love. I love you @marieltpadilla @evacarinopadilla my deepest respect to my children @camiiibella @queeniepadillarevert @kylienicolepadilla @zherileen @alipadilla14 on how they love their mothers. Happy Mother's and Women's day to all kahit lagpas na o wala pa." (abs-cbnnews.com)CONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
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