Sarah Lahbati recently posted a series of photos of herself while swimming with sharks during her vacation in Hawaii. In her Instagram post, she mentioned how beautiful these creatures are. One of the reasons why she also uploaded these pictures is to raise awareness on the decline of sharks. Sarah expressed her dismay in the fact that sharks all over the world are decreasing in number since they are being hunted for their fins. As a reminder, she urged everyone to do their part in order to protect sharks. Aside from swimming with sharks, she also went surfing on the waves of the tiny island.
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As of Monday, there are at least , confirmed coronavirus disease COVID cases and 3, deaths reported in countries and territories, according to media reports. According to Gulf Today, the smart gates have been closed since The Manny V. Pangilinan led infrastructure company pulled out from the Sarah Lahbati and Richard Gutierrez are all set for their big day. The couple recently released their stunning underwater prenup photos which ignite more excitement on their upcoming wedding. In a report on Preview, the couple opted for underwater instead of the usual glam concept for pre-nuptial shots. The shoot was taken in El Nido, Palawan. According to Pat, he even had to take some underwater images with a camera phone.
She shared some photos of her, which effortlessly gained numerous likes and comments from netizens. Derek Ramsay and Andrea Torres confirm relationship. Jessy Mendiola reveals why she changed her mind. A-list stars who made it with no acting experience. Moreover, some netizens could not help but praise Sarah's blooming look. They also loved her face that looks really glowing.
Sarah Lahbati and Richard Gutierrez. As the wedding day draws closer for celebrity couple Richard Gutierrez and Sarah Lahbati, the two went through a breathtaking prenup shoot in El Nido, Palawan. The stunning bride- and groom-to-be dared to dive underwater to show their love for each other in the shoot with professional photographer Pat Dy, as seen on his Instagram page yesterday, March 4. Dy also talked about some of the challenges while shooting underwater, and the tendency of some subjects to look awkward while executing the concept. However, this was not the case for Gutierrez and Lahbati. Gutierrez and Lahbati held hands underwater while trying to swim up to the surface.