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LOOK: Alden Richards, Kathryn Bernardo get a taste of UAE, Eid’l Adha

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Aug. 11, 19 | 12:03 pm

Kapuso actor Alden Richards and Kapamilya actress Kathryn Bernardo are having a blast in the UAE as they visit some tourist attractions in the country on the sidelines of their trip to the Middle East to promote their movie.

Aside from gracing the screening of their movie “Hello, Love, Goodbye” in the emirates of Dubai and Abu Dhabi, the two also did not waste the opportunity to take some selfies around the UAE.

Wearing a kandura, they struck a pose at the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque today, August 11.

And it’s the perfect time to visit the mosque since our Muslim brothers and sisters in the UAE celebrate the first day of Eid Al Adha.

“Wearing a kandura, UAE’s traditional clothing to the incredible and breathtaking Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque. Got to learn a little more about the religion and culture. Praying to come back soon with my family when the weather’s cooler. Inshallah,” Richards captioned his Instagram post.

Photo courtesy: Melanie Cruz Limjoco

 

Photo courtesy: Melanie Cruz Limjoco

 

Photo courtesy: Melanie Cruz Limjoco

 

Photo courtesy: Melanie Cruz Limjoco

 

Yesterday, Richards started the day with a selfie wearing his favorite OOTD, white shirt and jeans, while drinking a cup of coffee.

The stars of the blockbuster movie were also spotted at the Last Exit, a street food trucks park along Sheikh Zayed Road in Dubai.

“Turista mode muna at Last Exit (food trucks) en route to Abu Dhabi (UAE flag),” Alden wrote.

Star Cinema’s ‘Hello, Love, Goodbye’ continues to smash local box office, earning P400M since its premiere.

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