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Real-estate scion Kevin Tan weds in Singapore

Kevin Tan, eldest son of Megaworld Corp. chair Andrew Tan and wife Catherine, wed Michelle See Friday, July 12, in Singapore’s St. Theresa Church. Michelle is the daughter of businessman Wilson and Catherine See.

Energy Secretary Rene Almendras (third from right) and retail boss Nedy Tantoco (fourth from left) lead the principal sponsors

The pretty bride wore a Veluz gown with a dramatic ball skirt. Her “something old”? A pair of teardrop diamond earrings of the groom’s mom.

The wedding was attended by many of their Manila friends.

Michelle, 30, is a former banker, while Kevin, 33, is first vice president and division head of Megaworld commercial division.


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  • I_kabod

    oh, daming galit? lolz!

  • pentamaster

    inquirer, this kind of news, does not bring good to our country or to any reader. ano ba kayu!

    • LinKaShing

      This news is thousand times better than Kris Aquino’s love life on HEADLINES.

      • lucidlynx

        Both of you are wrong! It is not the intent of journalism to promote good and initiate change. Its primary purpose is to inform. And the article does that. May be important news or not, but that’s beside the point.

  • neverwint3r

    lmao, so much hate here. i mean, why do you guys care? it’s their own money, they are free to spend it however they want.

    ang dapat nyo pagtuunan ng pansin, e kung saan napupunta tax nyo, e di sa pork barrel ng mga senators at congressmen and they’re using it to enrich themselves. you keep voting for these corrupt politicians. kaya di umunlad ang pinas, di na kayo natuto and that’s why you deserve to be poor.

  • lucidlynx

    Base sa mga comments dito, maraming Pilipino na walang alam. Sabi nga ni Washington Sycip, not all Filipinos should be allowed to vote. Only those who are educated should be accorded the right to vote and choose leaders. I agree wholeheartedly. Imagine, Nancy Binay, with no political experience, is now a senator? One can only shake his/her head.



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