Marian rivera

Duration: 7min 24sec Views: 1922 Submitted: 09.07.2019
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Marian Rivera revealed she and husband Dingdong Dantes decided to put their daughter Zia Dantes away from social media at a certain age. Click here to subscribe. KAMI learned from an interview after the Primetime Queen's contract renewal with Beautiderm Corporation that the mom-of-two explained that she and her husband came to that decision because they want Zia to have a normal childhood, away from the hard and chaotic world of showbiz. After gaining popularity for her adorable photos online, Marian's daughter immediately became one of the most followed celebrity kids.

Marian Rivera opens up about taking Zia Dantes away from social media

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It can change lives. I was so pleased to hear about the great work of Smile Train in the Philippines. It was an easy choice for an advocacy I could support. I hope that, in my own little way, I can help Smile Train make a difference in the lives of thousands more who are in desperate need of cleft surgery. Marian was so moved by the experience that she has since become a Smile Train Goodwill Ambassador. She has recently taken to social media with the YanAngSmile campaign to help spread awareness around the world of the free, safe, and quality cleft lip and palate surgeries and related treatment that Smile Train provides with the help of local in-country partners. Those who have cleft palates, if they are not operated on early enough, they will not be able to speak properly.

Marian Rivera

Kapuso star Marian Rivera recently attended the entertainment press conference of Waltermart as its newest celebrity endorser. During the press conference, KAMI learned that the actress was asked how she does the budgeting and if her husband, Dingdong Dantes, gives his full salary to her. Also read:. Ex-rapper nabbed for drugs.
She was included in 's Top 20 Endorsers. Her parents married and eventually divorced when she was three years old, after which her mother brought her to the Philippines where she grew up. However, her mother had to leave to continue her work commitment abroad and Rivera was sent to her maternal grandmother, Francisca Rivera, in Bacoor , Cavite. After graduation, she worked for the National Institute of Mental Health in Mandaluyong City where she gave out medicine and conducted examinations and evaluations of patients.