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  • Top of the Morning: "It Takes Gutz to be a Gutierrez" Star Weds

    Elvis married Alexa, with who he has a daughter
  • 1. Elvis Gutierrez and Alexa Uichico marry

    “It Takes Gutz To Be A Gutierrez” star Elvis Gutierrez and Alexa Uichico tied the knot yesterday, June 26, at the Sanctuario de San Antonio Parish in Forbes Park, Makati City. Family played special roles in the wedding: the groom’s brother, actor Richard Gutierrez was his best man, while his nephew Zion was the ring bearer. The two met two years ago, and shared that it was “hate at first sight” then. Last year, they welcomed their first child, daughter Aria, now nine months old. Best wishes! (pep.ph)


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    2. U.S. Supreme Court rules in favor of same-sex marriage on all states
    Same-sex couples everywhere in the United States can now marry after the Supreme Court ruled that it’s not illegal to do so.  The divided but landmark decision nonetheless established a new civil right, giving lesbians, gays, bisexuals, and transgenders (LGBT) their right to marry whoever they choose. The judges’ decisions convey that they’re granting them right to marry as equal with other men and women in the eyes of the law. (cnn.com)

    3. Rapper gets approval for cleaning wife’s breast-pump parts
    Rapper George Moss gets approval from netizens when he posted a selfie while he’s cleaning his breastfeeding wife’s breastpump parts. He captioned it: “If you ever wonder what rappers do when they get off stage, they clean breast pumps for their wives so their baby can eat.” The post’s like shot up to 39,000 and got thousands of comments, which prompted George to post on his Facebook page a photo of his wife, Michelle, breastfeeding their son Judah, with a sweet thoughtful message, saying that credit is due to his wife. Awww. (people.com)

    4. Photo series capture what a C-section really looks like
    Birth photographer and mom-of-three Keri-Ann Dilworth, of New Zealand, had released photos of mothers who’ve had C-sections to deliver their babies. Her photos show C-sections can be peaceful, positive experiences as well. Keri-Ann hopes that her photos of C-section births will help eradicate the stigma and sense of failure in C-section births. “I hope that people will see that all manners of birth are beautiful, that no matter how your child is birthed into the world that the moment deserves respect and is special.” (huffingtonpost.com)

    5. Birthing pants, anyone?
    In Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, a new “conservative piece of clothing” is now available online. Some local hospitals are already open to allowing it if and when the pregnant woman or her family chooses to use one. The new “birthing pants” are pants designed to cover a woman’s “aurat” (private parts) while giving birth to preserve their honor. The pants look like sportswear bottoms with only an opening at the crotch to enable delivery of the baby. (yahoo.com)

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