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Loren Legarda posts throwback photo as ’70s print ad model

By: - Entertainment Correspondent
/ 02:21 PM February 26, 2018

Sen. Loren Legarda. Image: Instagram/@iamlorenlegarda

Before her busy life as a broadcast journalist and eventually a public servant, Senator Loren Legarda was once a fresh-faced teenage beauty that debuted into the scene as a model of a skin care product in a print ad.

In a recent Instagram post, the lady senator uploaded a photo of her 17-year-old self in a vintage print ad released in 1977.

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“This print ad was released in 1977 when I first broke into the scene as a fresh-faced 17-year-old Pond’s girl. That’s how long I’ve been in front of the camera, in the public’s eye. I am grateful to @ponds for giving me the break that opened many doors for me. At 58, people ask about my skin care regimen and I tell them I still use this product until today,” she wrote.

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This print ad was released in 1977 when I first broke into the scene as a fresh-faced 17-year-old Pond’s girl. That’s how long I’ve been in front of the camera, in the public’s eye. I am grateful to @ponds for giving me the break that opened many doors for me. At 58, people ask about my skin care regimen and I tell them I still use this product until today. ☺ 📷 by Dick Baldovino #flashbackfriday #skincare #pondsgirl @pondsph

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Of course, the netizens did not hold back praising the senator’s beauty beauty.

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Legarda is also a staunch environmentalist and an advocate for the preservation of the country’s culture and heritage. /je

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