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Camille Prats looks back on life 7 years ago in throwback photos

By John Patrick Magno Ranara Published Jul 19, 2022 11:25 am

Camille Prats showed just how fast time passes by as she reminisced about her life seven years ago while sharing throwback photos of her family.

On her social media accounts on Facebook and Instagram, the Mars Pa More host posted then and now photos of how her family grew after she married her husband VJ Yambao.

"Seven years ago, our little family (Tatan and I) said yes to having someone take care of us. Seven years later, this is what we call family now. From a family of two to a family of six," Prats wrote in her caption.

Prats continued to talk about her faith in God and her gratitude for the many blessings she received.

"God is indeed faithful. He knows the deepest desires of our hearts, I didn't know this is what 7 years after looks like but He knew. Faith is knowing something good is about to happen even when you don't know what it is or when it will be. And this is my testimony of His love and faithfulness. He is truly amazing," she wrote.

Prats and Yambao first met when they were just eight years old, and it seemed that fate had something romantic in store for them as they would later cross paths many years later and become husband and wife.

"Thank you VJ Yambao for pursuing me endlessly and making me feel happy and secured from the day I met you again 10 years ago and for finding your way back to me all in His perfect time," Prats wrote in an Instagram post in June.

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The two tied the knot in a private ceremony in 2017 and were blessed with two kids, Nolan and Nala. Prior to their union, Prats has a son named Nathan from her first marriage with Anthony Linsangan, who passed away from nasopharyngeal carcinoma, while Yambao has a son named Ice from his previous relationship.

Prats ended her post by asking her supporters, "Looking back seven years ago, where has life brought you now? Are the things that have you now the things that you've prayed for? What are you most thankful for the past years?"

"It's nice to reminded once in a while on where we used to be and what has been. Makes us feel grateful for where our lives have brought us and to be hopeful for more grateful days like this," she added.