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LOOK: Dani Barretto gives birth to first child

By: - Reporter
/ 10:36 AM September 13, 2019

MANILA, Philippines  – Vlogger Dani Barretto and businessman-husband Xavi Panlilio recently welcomed their first child, Camilla Marguerite B. Panlilio.

Dani happily announced the arrival of their bundle of joy on Friday via Instagram.

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“My heart and soul in one picture. Lord, you’re amazing. Thank you!” Dani captioned a photo of Panlilio and her daughter.

“Hello everyone! meet our Daughter, Camilla Marguerite B. Panlilio. You can call her MILLIE. #MyMillieGirl,” Dani added.

It was last June when the couple announced they are expecting their first child.

READ: Dani Barretto pregnant with first child 

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Barretto, daughter of actress Marjorie Barretto, and Panlilio tied the knot in April.

READ: Dani Barretto and Xavi Panlilio tie the knot in Makati 

Marjorie, meanwhile, expressed joy about the arrival of her first grandchild. She said she came during a time they “needed to feel God’s presence the most.”

“I believe in God’s perfect timing… Dearest Millie, you came at a time in our lives when we needed to feel God’s presence the most. Today as my first grandchild was born, I was reminded of God’s amazing love for me and my children,” Marjorie wrote Friday in an Instagram post.

“Welcome to the world Camilla Marguerite Panlilio. Our little Millie. You’re not even a day old and yet our hearts are already overflowing with love for you. Proud of you, Dani and Xavi,” she added.

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