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LOOK: Scarlet Snow is storytelling champ

By: - Reporter
/ 07:17 PM May 31, 2018

Who knew that 3-year-old Scarlet Snow Belo can already be a champ at storytelling?

The social media darling was recognized during the MindChamps International Preschool moving up ceremony yesterday, May 30. Scarlet Snow’s moment was shared by her mom, celebrity doctor Vicki Belo on her Instagram page.


“Look at that happy face!” the proud mom wrote. “Good job, Scarlet. Mommy and Daddy will always be your number one listeners.”

In another post by her mom, Scarlet Snow is seen dressed as a dinosaur while singing “Lupang Hinirang” on stage. The doctor said her daughter “asked for her own mic because [it] was too far from her.”


The adorable girl practiced singing the national anthem before the big day. While she had difficulty pronouncing the Tagalog lyrics, it can’t be denied that her effort is still impressive.

Dad Hayden Kho shared a family photo in his own Instagram account. He thanked the “very caring and patient” teachers of the institution: “We appreciate you and value your work in shaping the mind of our little toddliboo.”

Way to go, Scarlet! JB


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