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  • WATCH: Baby Zia Is All Smiles for Her First International Flight!

    Plus, Shamcey Supsup’s daughter Nyke shows off her new trick, digital museum for Martial Law launched, and more!
    by Rachel Perez .
  • 1. Watch: Baby Zia is all smiles while waiting to board her first international flight


    The Kapuso Primetime Family is off to California for some work commitments. Marian had said before that she and Dingdong cannot bear to part with their 10-month-old daughter, Zia, behind. Yesterday, Baby Zia boarded her first international flight to California. Fan club The DongYanatics posted videos on Instagram showing the little one smiling and laughing while waiting to board the plane. In the first two videos above, dad Dingdong carried Baby Zia as mom Marian made her laugh (she's such a bungisngis like her mom!). The family just landed in San Francisco based on the Instagram photo posted above.  

    2. Shamcey Supsup’s daughter Nyke shows off her new trick

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    The former beauty queen and breastfeeding advocate has posted a video on her Instagram, boasting the trick of her almost 7-month-old daughter. In the video, Baby Nyke sits on her high chair as Shamcey encourages her to align her pointy finger to hers, a classic baby trick parents teach their kids. The little girl had even took her finger as she completed the trick flawlessly. Good job, Nyke! In the past, Shamcey has said she looks forward to her daughter's upcoming milestones, most especially when she already learns to walk.  

    3. Digital Museum for Martial Law launched
    Dakila, which describes itself as “a group of passionate individuals building a movement of heroism towards social transformation,” has put up a Digital Marital Law Museum. The group describes it as a "virtual space serving as a living memorial to a pivotal period in Philippine history” and “as a platform to provoke critical reflection, inclusive learning, and vigilant remembrance through the multi-faceted lens of artistic expression.” The digital museum had been launched to commemorate the 44th anniversary of the declaration of Martial Law in the Philippines on September 21. The page currently features “100 moments, mementos, and memories on the path leading to Martial Law” and a link to a screening on Hector Barretto Calma’s Ang Mga Alingawngaw sa Panahon ng Pagpapasya (available until September 25).  (spot.ph)

    4. PNP launched new mobile app iSerbis
    The mobile app has been launced in response to President Rodrigo Duterte's mandate for government agencies to use information technology to reduce red tape and to support the government's anti-drugs campaign. “The PNP is now at your fingertips. Make use of it,” said Chief Supt. Edwin Jose Nemenzo, director of PNP-Information Technology Management Service. The app features infographics, updates, information on how to report crimes and common modus operandi, emergency hotlines--including all the PNP chief of police officers’ numbers, and links to other PNP applications. When you report something, Nemenzo assures that your identity will not be divulged. iSerbis is available to download for free on iOS and Google Play Store. (gmanetwork.com)

    5. Marion Cotillard is pregnant with her second child
    The Oscar-wining French actress has another bun in the oven. “Firstly, many years ago, I met the man of my life, father of our son and of the baby we are expecting. He is my love, my best friend, the only one that I need,” she wrote on a long post on Instagram. In the same post, Marion also addressed the rumors that she was the cause of the Angelina Jolie-Brad Pitt divorce by saying she already "met the man of my life," actor-director beau Guillaume Canet who is the father of her 5-year-old son and the baby she is expecting. Marion, who stars opposite Brad in the still unreleased movie Allied, ended her post, “I do very much wish that Angelina and Brad, both whom I deeply respect, will find peace in this very tumultuous moment.” (people.com)

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