Prior to getting married, Marian Rivera ruled as one of the land's most desirable women.
In the new Esquire issue, the three-time FHM Sexiest Woman presents herself as the country's hottest soon-to-be-mother:
Shot by Raymund Isaac, Marian headlines an issue that Esquire Philippines, in their own words, dedicate to women. Our brother magazine shared with us these outtakes from their cover shoot:
Thoughts, FHM bros?
What else is inside Esquire's new issue? Well, here's what they told us at our office pantry:
This month, we dedicate our November issue to women, with the strong female protagonist, Marian Rivera, gracing our cover. Inside, she talks about the one role she has yet to play: motherhood.
Congressman Leni Robredo sits down with writer-director Antoinette Jadaone to talk about hugot films, 10-hour bus rides, and the difficult decision she made with her children.
Oliver X.A. Reyes profiles Ombudsman Conchita Carpio Morales, who lion-tamed her way through four years of investigating and prosecuting errant public officials.
We round up a bunch of girls (and one guy) to talk about the F word: Feminism.
And author of Etiquette for Mistresses, Jullie Yap-Daza, opens up about her own encounter with infidelity, the meaning of sexual death, and the problem with divorce.
See, moms are hot (wait, that came out wrong); Marian and our Ina Raymundo-led November issue prove it!
Esquire's November issue is now available on newsstands and in bookstores, convenience stores, and supermarkets nationwide. A digital edition is also available for download on your mobile device through Apple Newsstand, Buqo, and Zinio. For more details, visit http://www.esquiremagazine.ph/.
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