Claudia Barretto Stylish Mega Style Magazine Cover February 2016
The latest cover photo of Mega Style magazine shows the stunning beauty of Claudia Barretto. In its February icons issue, the younger sister of Julia Barretto confidently appears in two covers.
Claudia, who is turning 17 this year, is seen in wearing an elegant stylish white teen dresses in both magazine covers. The descriptions reflected on Mega Style February 2016 issue perfectly fits on how the young girl developed into a teenager who later bloomed to a lady.
Some of the biggest talent managers of famous local celebrities are reportedly eyeing to be her handler. The are some speculations that she could easily establish her career in showbiz since she came from a family of big stars including her mom Marjorie Barretto and her father Dennis Padilla.
Despite the noise and huge followers on social media, Mega Style notably mentioned that Claudia is apparently "pursuing a different path." It's not yet known whether she would like to establish a reputation in show business and entertainment industry or would be focusing on something else not related to showbiz.
The early break given by Mega Style magazine could drive some life-changing decisions to the young lady. If the result of this simple but unique presentation of Claudia's beauty increases her followers, then she might possibly venture her time in acting like her niece, Claudine Barretto.
Do you think that Claudia can be the next big star?
Claudia Isabelle Barretto previously appeared as a cover girl of Hola Philippines. Back then, she was quoted saying, "Growing up in the Barretto family is absolutely crazy." She also became a top model of the famous brand "Bench" where she was seen wearing a teenager cotton dress.
She made several product endorsements and guesting on national television. Her exposure to the media is undoubtedly helping her to achieve greater popularity advantages over the other aspiring models and actresses.
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