Binibining Pilipinas 2017 Rachel Peters and her husband, former Camarines Sur governor Migz Villafuerte, announced that they are expecting their second child, just three months after renewing their vows in an intimate wedding in Bali Indonesia.
Peters announced that she’s expecting her second child by greeting Villafuerte on his 33rd birthday, as seen on her personal Instagram account on Sunday, Jan. 22. The photo showed the politician touching the former beauty queen’s baby bump, as they posed with their daughter Kaia.
“Been baking a little bun [heart emoji] Can’t believe we’re a family of four,” she said in the caption.
Peters also expressed her love for Villafuerte on his special day.
“Also belated happy birthday to the hubs— you already know this counts as your gift for the next few years [emoji] Love you & love us forever,” she said.
Fellow beauty queens including Bb. Pilipinas Intercontinental 2017 and Miss World Philippines 2018 Katarina Rodriguez, Miss Universe Philippines 2020 Rabiya Mateo, and Miss USA 2017 Kara McCullough congratulated Peters and Villafuerte on her second pregnancy.
Miss Globe 2021 Maureen Montagne, Bb. Pilipinas 2016 second runner-up Jehza Huelar, as well as model Issa Pressman and actress and Binibining Pilipinas World 1993 Ruffa Gutierrez also shared their excitement for the couple’s second child.
“Yeyyyy!! Baby number 2! Congratulations to you guys,” Rodriguez said.
“Come on Baby #2. We love you already,” Kara McCullough wrote.
Peters, who wed Villafuerte in a civil ceremony in July 2021, gave birth to her first child named Kaia in October of the same year.
The former beauty queen is best known for representing the Philippines in the Miss Universe 2017 pageant, where she finished as a Top 10 semi-finalist. Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters of South Africa eventually won the title. EDV
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