LOOK: Primo Arellano’s New Zealand adventure

By: - Reporter
/ 03:47 PM March 29, 2018

He may be only a year old, but it looks like Primo Arellano will follow his traveler dad’s footsteps.

The adorable son of Iya Villania and Drew Arellano looked very happy as the trio took to the highlands of New Zealand.


Mom took this snap of his two boys on Sunday, with Primo all-bundled up for the cold weather and looking naughty for the camera.

Villania said that Primo wanted to chase ducks into the ice cold water.

With mom holding him, Primo caught his dad taking a candid shot of him and his mom, with the water and mountains behind them.

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I see you spying on us, papa! 😛

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The “little happy biyahero“was carried by his dad while they enjoyed nature all around them.

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My lil happy biyahero.

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They took stops through short breaks such as hanging around a tree at Lake Wakana.

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Hanging around on a tree with my lil munky. Thanks for the shot, Ninong @javyo!#LakeWanaka

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And when it was time to attend a friend’s wedding, Primo showed off his fashion sense by looking dapper in a mini-gray checkered tux, complete with hat. Arellano said of his son, “My little sheep herder.”

Looking great, Primo! JB


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