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See Photos of the Two Nurseries for Divine Lee's First Baby

The model-mom, who has recently given birth to a baby boy, has taken nesting to a whole new level

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Photography: @divinemlee on Instagram

Six months ago, model Divine Lee and her businessman husband Blake Go announced that they were expecting a little bundle of joy. In January, they found out that they are having a boy, and she gave birth to Basquiat Delfin Lee Go on May 5, 2018, in Cebu. 

Divine has been chronicling her pregnancy on Instagram, and she makes it known how much she's been anticipating her son's arrival, especially since a lot of the other pregnant celebrities have already given birth. 

The self-confessed obsessive-compulsive (OC) preggo said she has probably prepared everything (as far as her son's Junior-Senior prom, she jokes) that all that's missing is the one they're for—her baby.  


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A month after they confirmed the baby's gender, Divine already started nesting and preparing her child's nursery in their home in Cebu, where Blake is from. Divine recently shared in her Instagram Stories a sneak peek of her little boy's two nursery rooms—one in Cebu and another in Manila—and they are gorgeous. She has taken nesting to a whole new level! 


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Divine worked with her friend, award-winning architect John Tracey Cruz, and Bambi Hernandez-Cruz, an events stylist and production designer, to achieve the tropical luxe theme (or, as she likes to call it, "GubatChic") for her son's Cebu nursery room.

Everything in it, including the H&M Home products they used, were shipped from Manila to Cebu. The room was finished in February.

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As for the nursery room in Manila, Divine showed only a sneak peek. What used to be the master bedroom and walk-in-closet has been transformed into a nursery and playroom. "The concept is an [at-home baby gym]. We will be installing rockers, swings, etc." Divine wrote. Their son will have his own walk-in closet, bathroom and tub, and a viewing room.

This story originally appeared on Smartparenting.com.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Realliving.com.ph editors.

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