LOOK: Dani Barretto, Xavi Panlilio charm in Antipolo prenup shoot
Dani Barretto and fiance Xavi Panlilio are no doubt excited to tie the knot as they posed for a prenup shoot weeks after their February engagement.
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“I was always late, you never afraid, That we could be falling. All our friends would say that maybe we should wait, But they can't see what's coming. And to this day when everything breaks, You are the anchor that holds me, And that is why we'll always make it. How I know your face, all the ways you move You come in, I can read you, you're my favourite book. All the things you say, the way you shift your eyes. I never knew there was someone to make me come alive. “ #XavingDaniForever ✨ 📸: @niceprintphotoADVERTISEMENT
The rustic-themed photo shoot was photographed by Nice Print Photo Company at the Antipolo bed-and-breakfast Timmy in the Woods.
Barretto first teased the shoot last March 7 and began sharing official pictures on Thursday, March 14.
The bride-to-be opted for frilly dresses, with one of them an eye-catching salmon-colored look. Meanwhile, Panlilio wore a printed red and gray button-down with khaki pants.
The photos released so far show them in outdoor locations, either out in the woods or in the midst of stalks of grass.
Another set of photos reveal the couple in more formal outfits. The vlogger wore a tiered silver gown while her fiance was in a navy blue coat and gray pants. This time, they posed on the B&B’s veranda with a country-style banquet.
Barretto charmed in her solo portraits during the shoot, stunning in natural makeup and her long hair, styled in gentle waves.
Barretto, who is sisters with actress Julia Barretto and singer Claudia Barretto, was surprised with a proposal last Feb. 17 which he planned with her best friend, actress Bela Padilla.
Padilla said in a February blog post that the couple first met in La Union in 2017. JB
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