The French-Filipina actress confirmed recently that her most-awaited wedding to fiancé Nico Bolzico will be in May in France. Solenn shared her pre-nup photos via the website Bride and Breakfast. "After months of waiting, sharing with you my Prenup pics! Thank you to @brideandbreakfast and @lizzzuy for making us do this as we weren’t planning on having one! Love all the photos!" she captioned a pre-nup photo that she also shared on her Instagram. The photos were taken by Mark Nicdao and styled by Liz Uy, and the pre-nup video was shot by Jason Magbanua. (gmanetwork.com)
2. Guji Lorenzana and Cheska Nolasco are married!
Actor Guji Lorenzana and interior designer Cheska Nolasco have tied the knot in a Christian ceremony at Green Sun Hotel in Makati last February 27. Celebrity attendees were Dingdong Dantes, Marc Solis, siblings Antoinette and Tom Taus, Gab Valenciano, Roxanne Barcelo, Will Devaughn, and Gretchen Fulido. The two got engaged in May 11, 2015. Congratulations! (pep.ph)
To celebrate the 150th anniversary of Beatrix Potter, author of the classic children's book The Tale of Peter Rabbit, the beloved rabbit will be the first of the four-piece special edition coin set, which will be released in the U.K. Emma Noble designed the coin using Potter's lovely illustrations and well-known characters. The coin is manufactured by Royal Mint and only 15,000 will be made. It'll cost between 10 and 55 British pounds. (mashable.com)
Baby care company Evenflo has issued a recall of around 56,000 of its Transitions 3-in-1 Combination Booster Seat car seats that were manufactured before January 29, 2016. "While seats with an internal harness are typically equipped with a CFA, the Transitions is the only Evenflo seat which allowed a child enough access to activate the Central Front Adjuster (CFA) and simultaneously loosen the harness. Without a snug harness restraining the child, the potential for injury in a crash increases," according to the company's statement. No injuries have been reported in connection with the issue, which was identified via reviewing consumer feedback. (huffingtonpost.com)
5. FDA warns consumers about Essure birth control device The U.S. Food and Drug Administration cited serious potential complications for the permanent birth control device Essure. Essure is a small coil that is inserted into a woman’s fallopian tubes, creating scar tissue that eventually blocks sperm from reaching eggs. According to the agency's press release, it is concerned about Essure's complications such as “persistent pain, perforation of the uterus or fallopian tubes from device migration, abnormal bleeding and allergy or hypersensitivity reactions." While the FDA isn't ordering the drug manufacturer Bayer to pull the product off the market, it has urged it to study the risk that the drug poses. (time.com)