- Paulina Sotto has revealed that her baby girl, Sachi Brielle, was baptized in the Catholic Church
- Aside from Paulina, Sachie’s father – Jed Llanes – was also present in the special event
- The new mommy took to Instagram to post photos and a video taken at the baptism, which touched a lot of netizens
- Baby Sachi was very calm, sleepy, and behaved while being baptized by a priest, based on the photos and video
Paulina Sotto shared on social media that her baby girl, Sachi Brielle, was baptized in the Catholic Church.
KAMI learned that aside from Paulina, Sachie’s father – Jed Llanes – was also present in the special event.
Vic Sotto’s daughter Paulina took to Instagram to post photos and a video taken at the baptism, which touched a lot of netizens.
Based on the photos and video, Baby Sachi was very calm, sleepy, and behaved while being baptized by a priest. Sachie Brielle was born on Monday, September 7, at 6:14 p.m., weighing 8 lbs.
“Welcome to the Christian World, my Sachi Brielle,” Paulina posted on Instagram.
Swipe to the left to see all of the photos and the video in Paulina’s viral IG post:
Paulina Luz Sotto-Llanes is the daughter of former couple Vic Sotto and Angela Luz. Vic is now married to actress-host Pauleen Luna. As for Paulina, she is married to Jed Llanes and they have a baby girl named Sachi Brielle.
In a previous report by KAMI, Sachi Brielle’s video on social media went viral. The said video shows Sachi spending some quality time with her young aunt, Talitha Sotto – the youngest daughter of Vic Sotto.
Baby Tali also caught the attention of netizens months ago when she had a play date with Brooklyn, daughter of Pia Guanio. Pia was the girlfriend of Vic before he got into a relationship with Pauleen. Despite Pia's past with Vic, she and Pauleen are good friends and work well together.
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