- KC Concepcion and two of her half-sisters spent some quality time while preparing for the 2016 Miss Universe-Sweden where the younger sister is a contestant
- Cloie, Garrie, and KC are daughters of Gabby Concepcion with three women: Jenny Syquia, Grace Ibuna, and Sharon Cuneta, respectively
- The sisters not only explored the country but also spent some time working out in preparation for Cloie's upcoming beauty pageant which will happen on August 28
KC Concepcion and half-sisters spent some quality time after one of the younger sisters, who is one of the 2016 Miss Universe Sweden pageant contestants, came to the Philippines.
Cloie Syquia Skarne, Gabby’s daughter with former wife, Jenny Syquia, posted several videos and photos not only of her preparations for the beauty contest but also of her quality time with sisters while on vacation in Manila.
In one of her videos on Instagram, Cloie said: “Being HEALTHY is beautiful! Working on our health and fitness with an intense workout session! Power to us women!” She can be seen working out with KC.
It was only in 2012 when the three sisters met each other again after 15 years. Garrie Concepcion is Gabby's daughter with businesswoman Grace Ibuna.
Another photo also shows Cloie with makeup on. In this photo, Cloie shows a lot of resemblance to older sister KC. One of the IG users even noticed it. @its_medawn commented: “U and KC are like twins but u have a gorgeous nose”
Cloie, 21 years old, is a student at the University of Stockholm, studying languages and entrepreneurship at the University of Stockholm. Her her Instagram profile also states that she is currently an ambassador for Operation Smile Philippines.
According to sources, Cloie’s reason for joining the pageant is simple: she intends to give back to the world and feel good while doing it.
Cloie is said to be "kind-hearted, results-oriented, internationally experienced person," who takes the time to do charitable activities. This is one of the reasons why she runs a company that sets aside 10% of its profits for charity.
On the pageant's page, Cloie revealed that if she could change anything, it would be to improve the conditions of the children who are growing up in poverty. “It's something I realized when I visited an orphanage in the Philippines,” she said.
The beauty contest is slated to happen on August 28 at Café Opera, Stockholm. -Kami Media