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Paolo Ballesteros Creates Gown For His Lovely Daughter Kiera.

Filipino actor and tv host Paolo Ballesteros stunned his fans with the dress he made for his daughter Kiera.

Paolo Ballesteros is known for many things: actor, comedian, television host, painter, and, most popularly, impersonator. His make-up transformations of various female celebrities are always well-received by netizens because of his detailed looks. However, it looks like fashion designing is occupying his time lately.

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He gives fashion design a shot with his unica hija Keira Claire as his muse.

On Instagram, he posts photos of the tube dress he made with a sewing machine.

The host-actor writes (published as is), “Flex ko lang my junakis and my first ever dress made gamet ang sewing machine! Hoooo hirap! Buti nlng ganda ng nagsuot hehehe. Will upload video soon on my youtube channel Pochoy_29 kung pano tinahe.”

Paolo admitted sewing an entire dress wasn’t a walk in the park but was glad his “model” was pretty enough to pull it off; saying, “Hoooo hirap! Buti na lang ganda ng nagsuot hehehe.”

In another post, the Kapuso host took a video of Kiera going down the stairs while wearing the silky dress. It came with a caption, “JUSKO NATAPOS KO DEEEEN!!!!”

The ankle-length navy silk gown features a black bow in the middle and effortlessly moves as Keira sashays for the camera.

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This is the first time that Paolo actually sewed a dress he designed, but it is not his first time to design gowns. It may be recalled that he created the National costume of Antipolo for Bb. Pilipinas 2019 candidate Honey Grace Cartason and designed the gown of Agatha Lei Romero for the Mutya ng Pilipinas pageant.

Based on Paolo’s feed, the little lady has not shown interest in acting but has joined beauty pageants.

In the near future, Paolo’s skills will come in handy for sure. Do you agree?

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