Cristalle Belo gives birth to a baby girl

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Cristalle Belo gave birth to her second child, a healthy baby girl. The daughter of celebrity doctor Vicki Belo shared the happy news on Instagram.

“Today was such an amazing day I gave birth to a beautiful baby girl,” Cristalle said on her post. She also said it was difficult not having her husband Justin Pitt in the delivery room during her caesarian operation.

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“However, we are happy to do our little part to protect our health works from being exposed to “more people.” Our little pumpkin is a symbol of hope, love, strength, and miracles in times like these. We are truly blessed to have her safe and healthy at this time,” she added.

Cristalle also took her daughter’s birthday an opportunity to help others amid the pandemic COVID-19 crisis. She announced that they would give 31 care packages of babies in intensive care units.

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Cristalle Belo gives birth to a baby girl

“Since March 31 is a special day, we have also decided that we will be donating 31 care packages to moms with babies in the NICU. Please contact @massagemnl to see if you are eligible for a gift pack. They will handle logistics while I rest and bond with our new baby girl. Thank you for all your prayers,” she said.

Proud grandmother Vicki Belo also shared the news on her Instagram page. “Thank you to everyone who prayed with for my baby Cristalle’s safe delivery,” Belo said.

Cristalle and Justin got married in September 2016 in Italy. They welcomed their son Hunter last May 2018.


Actress Sylvia Sanchez, husband test positive of COVID-19

Actress Sylvia Sanchez revealed Tuesday that she and her husband Art Atayde tested positive of pandemic COVID-19.

In a Facebook post, Sylvia said that she and her husband were brought to Cardinal Santos because they were experiencing chills, cough, and shortness of breath. All of which are symptoms of the deadly coronavirus.

She requested all of the people she had close contact with before the enhanced community quarantine. She also asked them to monitor themselves for any symptoms such as shortness of breath, cough, fever, LBM, and sore throat.

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