LOOK: Erich Gonzales, other Kapamilya stars relish the beauty of Scotland | Inquirer Entertainment

LOOK: Erich Gonzales, other Kapamilya stars relish the beauty of Scotland

By: - Reporter
/ 02:39 PM June 16, 2018

Some of the most notable Kapamilya stars are relishing the beauty of Scotland, as they are in the country for an event.

“The Blood Sisters” star Erich Gonzales had the wind in her hair as she took a selfie and said her greetings from Edinburgh Castle, as seen in an Instagram post Friday.

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Her co-star Ejay Falcon also had his photo taken at the castle. He posed beside a marker, stating that the castle stores the crown jewels of Mary, Queen of Scots. Falcon also posted his group photo with Gonzales, Enchong Dee and Julia Montes.

Meanwhile, Dee sat as he posed for a photo at Glasgow University’s Hunter Museum. He noted that Scottish economist Adam Smith studied at the institution, and Albert Einstein gave a talk there at one point.

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Dee also had a photo inside the campus, where he said the university’s architectural design gave him “Potterhead feels.”

Gonzalez, Dee, Falcon and Montes are set to appear at the Kapamilya Fiesta World event today at the O2 Academy Glasgow. They will be joined by Paulo Avelino, Shaina Magdayao and comedian Pooh.  /ra

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