Actress Matet de Leon and husband Mickey Estrada welcomed their third child, another baby girl, last Saturday, July 11. Her sister Lotlot de Leon posted a photo of the newborn baby on her Instagram account with the caption "Welcome to the world baby girl, our beautiful Mia!!!". Matet thanked everyone who prayed for both her and her baby’s health. She and Mickey are already parents to their daughters Mishka and Michaela. Congratulations! (gmanetwork.com)
2. Stephen Curry and wife welcome second child NBA scene-stealer Riley Curry is a big sister! The Golden State Warrior’s Stephen Curry and his wife Ayesha had welcomed their second child, daughter Ryan Carson. Ayesha, who labored and delivered the baby for just three hours, announced it via her blog. She wrote, “ God is amazing. The gift of life is truly an indescribable thing. We were fortunate enough to experience it all over again Friday Night! Our beautiful Ryan Carson Curry arrived perfectly healthy and happy!” Congratulations! (people.com)
3. New stroller turns into a bike in 30 seconds Strollers for skids have come a long way since the vintage kind Princess Charlotte arrived in during her christening. Now, there’s a new stroller that takes coolness to new heights: The Taga stroller transforms into a bike in just 30 seconds or less. Plus, the stroller-bike does not abandon your young; it has a perfect spot in front of the bike for a good view of his surroundings -— of course, when he’s old enough to face forward because safety should always come first. Watch how easily it transforms: (buzzfeed.com)
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4. Ian de Leon ties the knot On Sunday, July 12, actor Ian de Leon and his girlfriend of six years Jennifer Orcine tied the knot in Quezon City. Jennifer is also six months pregnant with their first child. It was a family showbiz affair with dad actor Christopher De Leon with Sandy Andolong, mom Nora Aunor, sister Lotlot De Leon with boyfriend Fadi El Soury, and niece Janine Gutierrez with boyfriend Elmo Magalona. Congratulations! (pep.ph)
5. Nobel Winner Malala Yousafzai open school for refugee girls The youngest winner of the Nobel Peace Price (2014) became the symbol of defiance when she was shot while in a school bus by the Taliban forces in 2012 for advocating girls’ right to education. Now, on her 18th birthday, Malala Yousafzai celebrated by opening a school for Syrian refugee girls and encouraging world leaders to invest in books and not bullets. The school, which can accommodate about 200 girls aged 14 to 18, was funded by The Malala Fund, a nonprofit group that supports local education projects close to the Syrian border. (huffingtonpost.com)
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