Rochelle Pangilinan, Arthur Solinap pregnant with first child
Dancer, actress and singer Rochelle Pangilinan has announced that she and husband Arthur Solinap are expecting their first child.
“God answers when you least expect it,” wrote Pangilinan in a post she shared via Instagram yesterday, Aug. 26. “In His perfect time!”
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Pangilinan shared a photo of what appears to be her and Solinap’s hands holding a phone bearing the photo of her sonogram. Solinap also shared the said photo on his own Instagram account.
“Answered prayer,” said Solinap in his post. “Thank you God.”
Fans were quick to congratulate the couple. Pangilinan and Solinap were also greeted by their celebrity friends, including Camille Prats, Iya Villania, Suzi Entrata-Abrera, Gina Alajar, Jackielou Blanco, Alessandra De Rossi, Mike Tan, Nikki Valdez, Inah De Belen Estrada, Ervic Vijandre, Carla Abellana, Ryzza Mae Dizon, Max Collins, Anna Feleo, Andrea Torres, Kate Valdez, Isabel Oli-Prats and LJ Reyes.
They were greeted as well by recording artists Gloc-9, Jaya, Janno Gibbs, Mark Bautista and Rita Daniela. Reigning Reina Hispanoamericana Teresita Ssen “Wynwyn” Marquez also said her well-wishes. Solinap’s “Pepito Manaloto” castmates John Feir, Chariz Solomon and Barbie Forteza also took to Instagram to congratulate the couple.
The baby will be an addition to Pangilinan and Solinap’s “family.” The two have been “parents” to Alaskan Malamute dogs.
The couple is currently in San Fernando, La Union with their friends. Earlier this month, the two celebrated their first year anniversary.
Rochelle Pangilinan and Arthur Solinap tied the knot last year on Aug. 8, 2017, during their ninth anniversary as a couple. Their intimate Christian garden wedding was held at Tagaytay and was attended by their closest family and friends. JB
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