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LOOK: Jolina Magdangal all glammed up for maternity shoot

/ 05:02 PM May 16, 2018

In anticipation of her second baby, Jolina Magdangal posed for the cameras in a nature-themed maternity photo shoot.

The actress and expectant mother looked radiant in a flowing pinkish dress while holding her baby bump, as seen in a photo Magdangal shared with fans on her Instagram page, Mother’s Day, May 13. The photo was shot in Casa Bendita, Rizal.

“A new baby is like the beginning of all things, wonder, hope, a dream of possibilities” #MothersDay

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Magdangal looked like a goddess of the night in another photo. “Still the most magical day of my life is the day i became a mom”. …. And I am excited to experience that magic again,” she wrote about her second pregnancy.

Another shot showed a loving moment between Magdangal and her firstborn, Pele, who cupped her cheeks in his hands.

She and Pele were also joined by her musician-husband Mark Escueta for a family photo.

Image: Screengrab from Youtube/Jolina Network

Magdangal also shared with fans a video of the day’s shoot, posted on her “Jolina Network” YouTube channel. She admitted that she regrets not having a maternity pictorial while pregnant with her first child.

Magdangal and Escueta are expecting a baby girl whom they will call Vika Anaya. JB

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