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LOOK: Vic Sotto’s daughter Paulina shows off baby bump in maternity shoot

LOOK: Vic Sotto’s daughter Paulina shows off baby bump in maternity shoot

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08/11/2020 03:06 AM
LOOK: Vic Sotto’s daughter Paulina shows off baby bump in maternity shoot
Photo credit: @paulinavls IG

Paulina Sotto, the daughter of ace comedian Vic Sotto with former partner Angela Luz, is preparing to welcome her first child with her husband Jed Llanes soon.

She made sure to capture these moments of excitement as she posed for her first maternity photo shoot.

Showcasing her baby bump, the 25-year-old Paulina posted the photos on her Instagram account.


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

We can’t wait to meet you, Sachi 💖

A post shared by Paulina Luz Sotto-Llanes (@paulinavls) on

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Patiently waiting for our little ray of sunshine 🥰

A post shared by Paulina Luz Sotto-Llanes (@paulinavls) on

In one of her captions, the mom-to-be opened up about her fears and hopes in welcoming her first child amid the coronavirus pandemic.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

We found out about this pregnancy on January 2, 2020, the day after our third wedding anniversary. I was overwhelmed, a little scared, but happy and excited for the most part. As a planner and kind of a control freak, I knew being pregnant for the first time would entail many unexpected and unplanned experiences. But never in a million years would I have thought that most of it would be spent isolated and honestly just scared for my life, my loved ones, and our baby. I know in the grand scheme of things that I am one of the lucky ones. My pregnancy has been relatively smooth, and our baby girl has been doing well. I have a supportive husband and mom under the same roof. But I can’t help but be sad about all the experiences that I’ve lost and will never get back. I wish I could be with my family and friends, or step outside without worry, or even just have routine checkups. At this point I’m just hoping my husband can be with me when I give birth, but even that isn’t looking like a possibility. If anything, this whole situation has taught me to focus on what truly matters—that our baby is healthy and safe, and that she will be loved and cared for. As long as she is okay, then I’m okay. On a lighter note, I’m happy I still got to have this little photoshoot—one of the only “normal” things I’ve gotten to experience. Thank you so much @niceprintphoto @charissetinionp for making this happen safely in the comfort of our home! And thank you to @deniseochoa and @pauleenlunasotto not just for my makeup + hair but for making the actual shoot super fun and enjoyable💖 Also so happy my mom @angeleyes7889 is home and was back to being a stage mom 😂 Sorry in advance I’ll probably post lots of photos—hayaan mo na ako because this is one of the only ways I can share my pregnancy with the outside world 😄

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“We found out about this pregnancy on January 2, 2020, the day after our third wedding anniversary. I was overwhelmed, a little scared, but happy and excited for the most part. As a planner and kind of a control freak, I knew being pregnant for the first time would entail many unexpected and unplanned experiences. But never in a million years would I have thought that most of it would be spent isolated and honestly just scared for my life, my loved ones, and our baby,” she said.

“I know in the grand scheme of things that I am one of the lucky ones,” she continued. “My pregnancy has been relatively smooth, and our baby girl has been doing well. I have a supportive husband and mom under the same roof. But I can’t help but be sad about all the experiences that I’ve lost and will never get back. I wish I could be with my family and friends, or step outside without worry, or even just have routine checkups. At this point I’m just hoping my husband can be with me when I give birth, but even that isn’t looking like a possibility.”

Paulina said that if anything, the current situation has taught her to focus on what truly matters.

“That our baby is healthy and safe, and that she will be loved and cared for,” she went on. “As long as she is okay, then I’m okay.”

It was in March when Paulina announced that she and her husband are expecting their first child.