- Nadine Samonte threw a gender-reveal party for their friends and family members
- It was revealed during the party that Nadine and Richard’s third child is a girl
- The pregnant celebrity got emotional and ecstatic when her baby’s gender was revealed
- Nadine’s mom-in-law, veteran actress Isabelle Rivas, Richard’s mom, was able to predict the gender correctly
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Nadine Samonte and her husband, Richard Chua, hosted a gender-reveal party for their friends and family members.
KAMI learned that it was revealed during the party that Nadine and Richard’s third child is a girl.
The video of the party shows Nadine getting emotional and ecstatic when her baby’s gender was revealed. Their two children, Heather and Titus, will be having a baby sister!
The couple’s mothers were also able to attend the party through a video call and they both felt overjoyed learning that they will be having a new granddaughter.
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Veteran actress Isabelle Rivas, Richard’s mom, was able to predict the gender correctly, saying that the baby must be a girl because Nadine looked so pretty and fresh.
“"I think, and I'm sure, it's a girl. Because you are so pretty now.
“Pero hindi mo ako pinaglihian. Nagtatampo ako kasi gusto ko paglihian mo ako... Pero it's a girl! 101%, it's a girl,” Isabelle predicted.
Nadine Samonte is an actress and social media star in the Philippines. She and Richard Chua tied the knot on October 30, 2013. Their first child Heather was born on August 27, 2016. She gave birth to baby Titus in April 2019.
The actress made headlines after she announced on Instagram that she is pregnant with her third child. She posted a photo showing her with her husband and their two children in matching outfits to announce that their family now has a fifth member.
She also shared in another Instagram post that she almost lost her baby during the first trimester of her pregnancy. Her difficulties have been caused by her two conditions – polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and antiphospholipid syndrome (APAS).