Champ Lui Pio of Hale soon to be a dad | Inquirer Entertainment

Hale’s Champ Lui Pio soon to be a dad

/ 01:40 PM September 04, 2019
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Champ Lui Pio and non-showbiz partner Claire  (Image: Facebook/@champ.luipio.3)

Champ Lui Pio,  frontman of the Filipino rock band Hale, happily announced that he is about to be a father.

The vocalist posted pictures on Facebook yesterday, Sept. 3, from a maternity shoot with his partner Claire in Siargao, which reveal her growing bump. “It’s a Haleboy,” he said.

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It’s a Haleboy 👶🏻❤️ Can’t wait to share more photos tomorrow! #LuiPios⁣⁣📸 Ryan Ortega | Photo

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Champ Lui Pio 发布于 2019年9月3日周二

Lui Pio has been low-key about his romantic relationships, but it seems he is happy with his non-showbiz partner, whom he has shared pictures of since 2018 on social media.

He was previously in a relationship with actress Louise delos Reyes.

Besides working on music, Lui Pio has ventured into business including entertainment venue 12 Monkeys Music Hall & Pub, production house Sindikato Inc., indie music label Mecca Music and Siargao hostel Alpas.

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