From Our Sister Sites: Liz Uy Styles AlDub for Kalyeserye Wedding

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by Pam Carlota   |  Oct 23, 2016
Image: Alden Richards | instagram.com/aldenrichards02
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Femalenetwork.com Mermaid exercises for toning. Flip your fins to this exciting mermaid workout to get that tight core! (via FemaleNetwork.com)

Cosmo.phFor a double tap on Instagram. Up your Instagram food game witht these tips(via Cosmo.ph)

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Pep.ph Talented Filipinos in Hollywood! Check out these talanted Filipinos who are Hollywood celebrities! (via Pep.ph)

spot.ph Opens next week. For all of you cheese lovers, check out this lava cheese tart destination! (via Spot.ph)

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Preview.ph Liz Uy plus Aldub! Celebrity stylist and fashion blogger Liz Uy helped pick the perfect wedding dress for Main Mendoza and Alden Richards's special day. Check out the wedding gown options here! (via Preview.ph)

RealLiving.com.ph Tropical Design Ideas for Beach Lovers. Try out these tropical design ideas and bring the beach in the comforts of your home! (via RealLiving.com.ph)

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Yummy.ph You just got to have this desert recipe.A classic no bake dessert recipe just got to the next level! (via Yummy.ph)

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