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1st studio shots of Dingdong and Marian’s baby boy

/ 12:40 AM May 31, 2019

Dingdong Dantes (second from left) with wife, Marian Rivera, and kids Zia and baby Sixto

Dingdong Dantes and Marian Rivera can’t seem to get enough of their new baby boy, Sixto, who has just turned a month old.

In a recent series of Instagram posts, the couple shared with their fans adorable studio shots of their son.

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In one photo, Sixto is shown lying face down on the saddle of one of his dad’s Ducati motorcycles.

“Alright, OK, yes, maybe one day you can ride it and even own it. But that’s not what I want you to have,” Dingdong wrote, adding that as beautiful as the motorcycle is, it is, at the end of the day, just a material thing that “gets old.”

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Instead, the actor said, he would make sure to instill in his son the importance of valuing people and relationships.

Zia with her baby brother

“One day, you will hone it and make it your own unique talent and characteristic—even better than your forefathers,” he said.

But if Sixto grows up sharing the same love for motorcycles as his father, Dingdong will be more than willing to teach him how to ride. “I’ll make sure I’m healthy enough to teach you a thing or two. That is, if your mother would allow it,” he quipped.

In other “sweet” photos, Sixto is all swaddled up and fast asleep—in a bucket and in the arms of his big sister, Zia.

“I know that you two will forever watch out for each other the same way that I will love, support and protect both of you,” Marian wrote on her page. — ALLAN POLICARPIO

Dingdong and Marian’s boy gets ready for a wild ride.

Bundle of joy

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