Royal baby Letizia Dantes is growing up pretty fast. Can you believe she’s almost two years old?
Her mother, Kapuso primetime Queen Marian Rivera, shared an Instagram post via Inside Showbiz with a message to her little princess.
The message was an answer to a question to Marian on whether or not she is okay with Zia entering showbiz.
She wrote, “To be honest, no. As a parent ayoko talaga [mag-showbiz si Zia]. Pero syempre depende sa anak ko ‘pag laki nya, nakikita nya na ganito ang environment nya, nakikita nya sa’min. Nakikita nya na ganito ang proseso ng buhay namin [ng asawa ko]. Hindi ko sya pipigilan. Pero isa lang ang request ko, kailangan tapusin nya ang ‘pag-aaral nya.”
Marian and Dingdong are both showbiz royalties so it will be no surprise if Zia will be part of the industry when she grows up.
But no matter what she decides, she is already well-loved by many people as young as she is now.
Meanwhile, Dingdong’s exhibit for a cause was a sucess.
Dingdong Dantes shared how he chose the exhibitors in his recently concluded “I AM SUPER: AN ART EXHIBIT FOR RESILIENCE.”
“Una sa aking listahan, ang pangalan po niya ay Carlo Saavedra, whose work can be described as figurative or representational and non-abstract.But if asked about what his paintings mean or what he is trying to communicate as an artist, he believes that Francis Bacon’s quote, ‘If you can talk about it, why paint it’ is most fitting.” he explained.
Also another interesting thing happened that day. Carlo proposed to his girlfriend Jonalyn Carpenter during the exhibit.
The second artist that Dingdong chose was Mark Padernal. According to the Kapuso king, Mark sees the social relevance of anyone in his photographs from different parts of the world.
Dong explained further, “Some of his subjects are frozen stills and moments in events that matter.
Using free-flowing, textured hand techniques, he intends to show a personality instead of the likeness of a person giving more meaning and adding life to the art work.”