- Divine Lee took to Instagram and posted a series of photos that showed her at a hospital in Cebu
- She was at the Chong Hua Hospital-Fuente in Cebu City because of a condition called placenta previa
- The mom revealed in her post that the placenta previa that she has was not yet fully determined, which why she would be having an MRI
- Because netizens speculated that it might be pre-term labor, the celeb mom said that it was not and that it was not also because of a vaccine
Divine Lee took to Instagram and revealed that she was rushed to the hospital because of placenta previa.
"The type of Placenta Previa that I have is not fully determined yet so we will be taking an MRI to fully see what's happening. And the MRI is not for the baby. It's for the placenta guys."
Rumors started circulating that it might be preterm labor. However, this was quickly debunked by the celebrity mom.
She also corrected the notion that it was because of he bakuna, and said that she already had the condition before it.
"Some people are thinking it's the bakuna. No. It's not about the bakuna because I already had this before my bakuna. So I wanna make that clear. So tigilan niyo ako please."
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Divine Lee is a socialite vlogger. She is married to Blake Go, a known retail magnate in Cebu. She is also a known LGBT ally.
Divine Lee recently announced a sad information on her social media account. She disclosed that she tested positive for the novel coronavirus disease or COVID-19. The celebrity mom also stated that she was asymptomatic and the infection was just mild. According to Divine, her adorable kids and their yayas are also in good condition.
Divine Lee Go recently took to social media to announce that she is pregnant with her third child. The celebrity mom also posted an adorable family picture where they put up their hands with three fingers raised. Earlier this month, the socialite has revealed that they were trying for baby number three via in-vitro fertilization. Having succeeded, the family of four, soon to be five, are very much in a celebratory mood as they await their fifth family member.
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