- Jinkee Pacquiao donned a stunning ivory white dress for his husband's boxing fight
- Her outfit of choice was called a "double crepe wool dress with gold V details
- On the Italian brand's website, it was priced at US$5,170 or PHP272,484.85
Jinkee Pacquiao was a head turner in her Valentino knee-length ivory white double crepe wool dress during Manny Pacquiao's fight against American Adrien Broner today, Jan. 20.
She did not let the chance of showing the world how fashionable and stylish she is. She looked stunning in her Valentino dress paired with a brown shoulder bag and a pair of brown high-heeled platform strap shoes.
On Instagram, she wrote, "And I am ready for the fight! Thy Will be Done!) To God be all the glory!
Based on Italian brand's website, the dress is a "double crepe wool dress with gold V details." It was priced at US$5,170 or PHP272,484.85.
Just like how they does their twinning as shown in their Instagram feeds, Jinkee's twin sister Janet Jamora looked gorgeous in her light blue top and pants paired with a teal shoulder bag similar to that of her twin sister’s.
She even post for a picture with her husband after his victory over Broner with International medias taking pictures of them.
Jinkee Pacquiao worked as a sales attendant for a cosmetics brand before she met Manny Pacquiao.
Her uncle introduced her to Manny, who happened to be the latter's trainer at that time. They first met in a shopping mall where Jinkee used to work.
They got married in 2000 and they have 5 children - Emmanuel Jr., Michael Stephen, Mary Divine Grace, Queen Elizabeth and Israel.
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