Couple John and Isabel Oli announce birth of their baby girl

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  • Kapamilya actor-dancer John Prats and wife, actress Isabel Oli took to their respective Instagram accounts to announce that Isabel has finally given birth to a baby girl, whom they named Lily Feather. John shared with Boy Abunda that the name ‘Lily’ is Isabel’s grandmother’s name while ‘Feather’ meant the feeling of being light.

    Isabel posted a photo of baby Feather’s foot with an information bracelet that says, “Prats, Girl of Maria Olivia Daytia,” and the date, “April 18, 2016.”

    “Thankyou so much God❤   #WeAreTheDynamites @iamjohnprats @featherprats �” she captioned the photo.

    Meanwhile, John posted the same photo and captioned it, “So this is what LiFe looks like. Hello my #BabyDynamite @featherprats ❤  4-18-16 #WeAreTheDynamites”

    John and Isabel got married May of last year in two ceremonies. Four months later, on September 15, they announced that they are expecting their first baby.

    So this is what LiFe looks like. Hello my #BabyDynamite @featherprats (G.A Lastrilla, push.com)

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