LOOK: Camille Prats queenly in maternity shoot | Inquirer Entertainment

LOOK: Camille Prats queenly in maternity shoot

/ 04:08 PM July 19, 2017

Days before she is expected to give birth, Camille Prats released photos of her recent regal-themed maternity shoot.

The actress-host shimmered in a red gown while stroking her baby bump and holding a tiny tiara. “In love with someone I haven’t even met yet,” Prats captioned one of the photos taken by by Nice Print Photography.

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“Getting closer to meeting the newest love of my life,” another caption read.

During her first regal-themed maternity shoot, Prats rocked in a lavender dress and a crown. Her caption “Promoted to queen” referenced to her role as Princess Sarah in the 1995 film “Sarah ang Munting Prinsesa.”

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After being widowed for five years, Prats wed businessman John Yambao in January at the Nayomi Sanctuary Resort in Batangas. Prior to their blissful big day, the duo was in a relationship for two years and got engaged last year.

Last April, the couple revealed in a family gathering that they were expecting a daughter.

Prats’ former husband, Anthony Linsangan, passed away 2011. They are parents to child star Nathaniel Caesar.  Gianna Francesca Catolico /ra

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