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#HappyFathersDay: 8 Babes Who Are Proud Daddy's Girls!

This one's for you, Daddy-O!
by Mikey Agulto | Jun 13, 2014
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FHM Nation, got anything in mind for your old man this coming Father's Day?

Are you thinking of getting him one of those "World's Greatest Dad" mugs? Perhaps take him somewhere manly and fancy? Why not help him out on his household duties like you said you would a couple of months back? Or maybe—just maybe—you could admit that you're a proud Papa's Boy just this one time. That'll blow his mind.

You know what, maybe you could learn a thing or two from Ellen, Angel, and six other FHM babes who don't mind being labeled as a daddy's girl! This one's for you, Daddy-O!


Ellen Adarna
has a very strict dad—she claims he almost disowned her when he first found out about her showbiz pursuits—but she attributes her success to him nonetheless. "Itong pasaway at palaban kong attitude, I got it from my dad," she tells us. "It's in the Adarna blood. We're strong, mga palaban. I do what I want." This is what you call tough love, and Ellen's apparently into it!

Ellen Adarna


You will never find a celebrity who is as vocal about her dad as Angel Locsin. She spoils him to no end, and she would like nothing more than to witness her blind father see again so he could watch her movies. "I am forever a daddy's girl," Angel proudly admits. "That's my title, that's my job, and that's my life. I love you, Daddy!" Makes you want to root for her even more, yeah?

Angel Locsin


Rufa Mae Quinto loved her father so much that the two remained in touch even after he left their home to start a new family. "Laging nandiyan ang father ko every day, dinadalaw pa rin ako," she exclaims. "Close na close kami, kaya lang wala na, namatay na siya. Ayaw niyang mamatay dati dahil baka raw hindi kami maging close ng mga kapatid ko sa labas. So nangako ako sa kanya na pipilitin kong maging close kami lahat." Rufa Mae adds that she helps out her dad's second family whenever she can. We salute you for being a good daughter and an even better step-sibling!

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Rufa Mae Quinto


Erika Padilla believes that people see her as a strong girl because of the influence of her dad, who is in the military. "My father has always been protective of me," she tells us. "But he also knows I'm able to handle myself well, and I won't get myself into anything I'm not comfortable with. But I will always be his little girl because I'm the youngest. Even if I turn 45, I'll still be their little girl." We can tell Erika holds her dad in high regard.

Erika Padilla


NEXT: Once a daddy's girl, always a daddy's girl
 

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