Marian Rivera & Dingdong Dantes Surprise Their Daughter Zia with an Expensive Gift

Marian Rivera and her husband Dingdong Dantes have been married for nearly five years now. Their grand ‘royal wedding’ had been highly publicized and televised in December 30, 2014 after more than five years of being a couple.



The two announced that they were expecting their first child, Maria Letizia “Zia”, the following year and welcomed her on November 23, 2015.

Currently, the Kapuso couple is expecting their second child. Marian shared the exciting news on her Instagram account, posting a photo of their baby’s ultrasound. The caption reads: “My heart overflows with gratitude and humility. Dong and I, with our Zia, have been gifted with the miracle of life! Looking forward to meeting our ‘little one’ soon.”

The couple, especially Marian, has been busy preparing everything they need for their baby’s arrival, including the nursery. Last January 24, she shared a sneak peek of the room on her Instagram Stories, featuring white walls and baby blue play mats.

Despite the tender loving care their baby boy is getting inside of Marian’s tummy, they make it a point that their firstborn still feels loved more than ever. As a matter of fact, they gifted her a pleasant surprise anyone would wish to give their daughter as well.



The expensive present turned out to be a huge and elegant playhouse meticulously created by Samie Sashworks which handcrafts high quality, stylish wood interiors and furniture.

Photo credits: theworldofsamie | Instagram
Photo credits: theworldofsamie | Instagram
Photo credits: theworldofsamie | Instagram
Photo credits: theworldofsamie | Instagram
Photo credits: theworldofsamie | Instagram

Thousands of netizens were impressed by Marian and Dingdong’s gift for their beautiful daughter. Some of the fans’ comments were:

“Ang ganda naman sigurado mag eenjoy c Ate Z.”

“Yung playhouse ni zia mas maganda pa sa bahay ko puede ng tirhan hahaha. Good idea actually! She will love this.”

“Bongga ng playhouse na yan.”

source: kami