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Heart Evangelista visits Carbon Market, buys Sweet Corn snack

CEBU CITY, Philippines– Heart Evangelista was in Cebu City! 

The socialite, actress and wife of the senatorial candidate, Chiz Escudero, surprised vendors at the Carbon Public Market when she made an early morning visit on Monday, April 4, 2022.

She was with candidates of the Bando Osmeña Pundok Kauswagan (BOPK) led by mayoral bet and former councilor Margot Osmeña.

Heart, 37, looked very fresh in a white blouse and pants which she paired with a white rubber shoes. And to complete her outfit, she also had a Chanel sling bag with her.

As she went around the biggest public market in Cebu, Heart did pose with market vendors, who were very eager to see her.

She also made a quick stop at a sari-sari store to by a pack of Golden Sweet Corn, a local chips.

And she made sure to post a photo with her “favorite” snack on Instagram.

“Sweet corn ang totoong panalo,” she wrote as caption to her post.

Heart then carried her purchase as she continued her market visit.

She also dropped by the vegetable section of the public market to greet the vendors before she finally left for a press conference that was scheduled in one of the hotels here.

Heart’s Cebu was made to help campaign for her husband, who is seeking a senate seat in the May 9, elections.

Sweet corn nga chichirya ray kalipay! WATCH: Heart Evangelista shares on her Instagram what made her day when she visited Cebu City's Carbon Market on Monday, April 4. She shared a video of her buying from a sari-sari store and later on uploaded a photo with the caption, “Sweet corn ang totoong panalo.” 📷: Heart Evangelista/IG via Immae Lachica #CDNDigital

Posted by CDN Digital on Sunday, April 3, 2022

After after her quick Cebu visit, Heart posted on her IG that she was already headed for Bacolod City.


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