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These Celebrity Babies And Kids Bring A Ray Of Sunshine In These Dark Times

Need a dose of positivity? These little ones will put a smile on your face

They say great things come in small packages. And sometimes, the best ones come in bundles of joy! 


News items on baby arrivals never fail to put a smile on people's faces, so we can just imagine how this happiness is multiplied tenfold for proud parents who are welcoming their little ones. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has become a life-changing experience for all, but these babies and kids have managed to squeeze in a ray of sunshine in these dark times. 


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Take Cristalle Belo-Pitt, for instance, who blessed our feeds with a first look at her weeks-old daughter, Siena Victoria. Posting the photo on Instagram a few days ago, she shares how happy their family is to finally have their “little pumpkin” home after she was born last March 31.



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Social media influencer Tricia Gosingtian is a happy first-time mom, as she and her husband RG Gabunada welcomed their first child, Leandro, on April 11! 



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Meanwhile, Regine Tolentino surprised everyone with the birth of her third daughter last March 17, a piece of good news she shared to everyone just last week. Here she is, looking at her little one with “pure bliss.”



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And of course, there's also Anne Curtis-Smith and her adorable little girl Dahlia Amélie, who recently made her Instagram debut as she celebrated her first month in the world. Dahlia also delighted everyone with her Easter-themed photoshoot, photographed by her dad Erwan and styled by her mom Anne.




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We’re also keeping our eyes peeled on  updates from moms-to-be actress/host Dianne Medina and social media influencer Kryz Uy, who both generously share details about their pregnancy journey! Dianne is currently in her 17th week of pregnancy, while Kryz has around a month left before she and her husband Slater Young meet their baby boy.




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Some of our favorite celebrity kids also add good vibes to our days during these trying times! Alongside their celebrity parents, these young ones show their support and love for our healthcare workers and the COVID-19 patients in their own little ways, spreading a dose of positivity in this battle against the deadly virus.


Judy Ann Santos-Agoncillo’s daughter Luna turned to art in hopes of extending their family’s support and encouragement to COVID-19 patients. The 4-year-old writes, “Everything will be alright,” and complemented her letter with a big smile on her face. 

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On the other hand, Bianca Gonzalez-Intal’s daughter Lucia joined an online art class. Taking her learning from the virtual workshop, the TV host’s panganay drew and wrote a simple letter for our frontliners that says, “Bless you” and “Best doctor.” 

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Scarlet Snow Belo sends her well wishes to our doctors and other medical personnel with personal messages she scribbled on the boxes of face shields her family donated to nearby hospitals.

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Yasmien Kurdi's daughter, Ayesha Zara, made get-well-soon cards for COVID-19 patients; these cards were given to the patients as part of their breakfast trays. The little girl also created cards for the frontliners.






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And finally, Cristine Reyes, with the help of her daughter Amarah, reminded everyone to stay safe and stay healthy at home.