Blogger and online influencer Nicole Caluag and her husband were expecting a baby boy after their grand gender reveal on Sunday.
Her husband, Bong Sto Domingo, hoped they would have a baby girl but Nicole really wanted a boy.
The couple had waited long to have a child as Nicole had suffered a miscarriage previously. They have been very careful on their pregnancy journey that they share with their fans and followers on social media.
Nicole Caluag is a well-known makeup artist in the Philippines, particularly on YouTube and other social media platforms.
She came from a well-known and wealthy family in Pampanga. Her mother is a politician, and they own many businesses, such as a hospital and a farm.
Ugandan with fake passport denied entry to PH – BI
A female Ugandan was excluded by officers of the bureau of immigration (bi) on Thursday evening for presenting a fraudulent passport.
The Ugandan was identified as Phiona Apolot, 28, who arrived on board an Air Asia flight from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It was reported that Apolot was apprehended by immigration officers after identifying irregularities in her passport.
The document was referred to the duty supervisor, who then submitted to the BI's Anti-Fraud Section for forensic examination. It was later confirmed that the passport submitted was indeed fraudulent, raising concerns about her true identity and intentions.
“This incident serves as a stern reminder to all would-be offenders that our immigration officers are highly trained and equipped to detect and intercept individuals attempting to circumvent our immigration laws,” said BI Commissioner Norman tansingco. “We will continue to enhance our efforts in collaboration with international partners to combat illegal activities and maintain the highest level of security,” he added.
Apolot was immediately excluded and will board the next available flight back to her port of origin.
Meanwhile, a British national reportedly involved in sex-related crimes was arrested by immigration authorities on Thursday.
Bureau of Immigration (BI) Commissioner Norman Tansingco identified the foreign national as William Hughes, 79, who was intercepted by immigration officers at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 1 during his attempted departure to Doha, Qatar.