Travel Goals: Zia, Scarlet Snow, Olivia and Seve

Here are our favorite celebrity baby jetsetters who have travelled the world and back:


Parents: Marian Rivera and Dingdong Dantes
Age: (almost) 2 years old

“Little Miss Philippines” Zia Dantes has superstars for parents. So, it is no surprise that she travels the world at barely 2 years old. She’s been to so many countries and we can’t wait to see her in more countries.

Zia Dantes

Family picture in Paris  (Image: Instagram/@marianrivera)

Zia Dantes

Baby Zia in Italy.

Zia Dantes

Kissy faces in California.

Zia Dantes

Enjoying pigeons in Paris.


Parents: Vicki Belo and Hayden Kho
Age: 2 years old

This adorable insta-famous kid has been to so many countries. One of which is the city of love Paris where her parents got married. She was their lovely flower girl.

Scarlet Snow Belo

The perfect flower girl.

They then cruised into scenic Italian islands like Amalfi and Capri where Scarlet pulled off colorful summer looks.

Scarlet Snow Belo

Fashionable in Amalfi.

Scarlet Snow Belo


Scarlet Snow Belo

Matching with mommy in Sorrento.


Parents: Toni Gonzaga and Paul Soriano
Age: 1 year old

This adorable Soriano cutie is one of Instagram’s baby sweethearts. He recently toured Europe for his birthday with his parents and Tinang Alex Gonzaga.

Seve Soriano

Seve got to see the Eiffel tower, the Roman Colosseum and the Trevi Fountain.

Seve Soriano

“My Seve in Trevi” – Toni Gonzaga

Olivia Manzano

Parents: Andi Manzano and GP Reyes
Age: 2 years old

Andi and GP are jet-setters from the start. They have flown to many countries even before they were married. Now, they get to share it with their new travel buddy, Olivia.

“I’ve vowed to let Olivia experience all the world’s most beautiful places, even if she may not fully recall them in full detail later on… because I want her to have what I never did,” shared GP.

Olivia Reyes, Andi Manzano, GP Reyes

Olivia and her parents in Vatican City.

Olivia Reyes

Olivia in Hong Kong Disneyland.

How are your travel plans keeping up with these kids?