President Bongbong Marcos Reserves Seat for Late Best Friend Bong Daza During Inaugural

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Even though he’s already gone, President Bongbong Marcos did not forget his best friend Bong Daza in his inaugural

BONGBONG MARCOS – The President of the Republic of the Philippines reserved a seat for his late best friend Gabriel “Bong” Daza III during his inauguration.

Bongbong Marcos and Bong Daza
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It was on Thursday, June 30 when BBM was sworn in as the 17th President. It was held at the National Museum in Manila.

On Instagram, actress and television host Isabelle Daza posted a photo with the image of her father placed on Seat No. 17.

Isabelle is an actress-host who appears in the noontime show, Lunch Out Loud. She is the daughter of Bong Daza, a restaurateur and former Makati city councilor and Miss Universe 1969, Gloria Diaz.

Isabelle and her mom Gloria were invited to the oath-taking of Marcos Jr.

Bong is the best friend of Marcos Jr. He passed away last July 14, 2016, due to a heart attack.

In his eulogy for Bong, Marcos Jr. said that Isabelle’s father is a kind, genuine, and trusted friend of his.

Marcos Jr. did not forget his late best friend when he won as the president.

He also stood as a second father to Isabelle though he’s her godfather.

In fact, he was the one who walked the actress down the aisle when she got married to a French national named Adrien Semblat during their wedding at San Francesco Church in Tuscany, Italy, last September 10, 2016.

Isabelle and her husband now have two kids namely Balthazar Gabriel and Valentin.

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