And another cover babe ties the knot. It was August last year when Brazilian Beauty Queen Priscilla Meirelles graced the cover of FHM Philippines. [firstpara]
Such timing we have, considering that only six months later, it wouldn’t even be possible to have her land on our pages anymore.
The reason: Priscilla and TV host John Estrada are now officially husband and wife. The couple wed last Saturday, February 26, at a beach resort in San Fernando, La Union.
The former Miss Earth now joins the ranks of Krista Ranillo, Maggie Wilson, and a slew of other beauties in our list of cover babes who finally tied the knot, and therefore, are now legitimately off limits.
That shouldn’t stop us however, from recollecting some of her most commendable assets. Here in turn, are the things we will miss the most about Priscilla:
That exquisitely beautiful face
There is a good reason Priscilla became a beauty queen: this woman is goddess-like in face and form. Her appeal duly comes from it. There’s the artista beauty, the beauty queen beauty, and the effortless beauty. Priscilla’s all three.
The fact that she’s not into hunky dudes
Matinik sa chiks is what we would call John Estrada, who is very much just like any normal looking dude out there, though not discrediting his tall, dark, and handsome stature. Still, he managed to snag an obvious catch in Priscilla, who we admire for going past the Fil-Am hunky route and settle for the Pinoy-looking man. She gave us that much needed hope and confidence.
That FHM figure, of course
We pit ourselves helpless against those precious legs, long enough to have it featured as a horizontal spread in our pages. And we also love the fact that she’s still a tad bit timid about her sex appeal. “I have Brazilian bikinis that are resting in my drawer because I don’t have the courage to wear it here,” she says. We reckon the night of her honeymoon saw it being used.
That she hails from the Amazon
Let’s not discount the fact that she is also an exotic babe – an Amazona, to be precise. “I’m from Manaus, the capital of the Amazonas state,” she says. “We’re located up north, in the middle talaga of the Amazon forest.” Guess that brings additional ganda points on her part, and additional pogi points on ours, for featuring a woman of such exceptional background.
WORDS BY MIKEY AGULTO