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Sarah Lahbati and Richard Guiterrez Attacked by Jellyfish During Prenup in Palawan

The Photographer for the Sarah-Richard prenup photos Pat Dy said that the couple was attacked by jellyfish during their prenup shoot in Palawan.

As the wedding of Sarah Lahbati and Richard Gutierez’s gets closer, they were doing a prenup shoot in El Nido, Palawan.

As a part of their prenup shoot, they dive underwater. That underwater take was breathtaking.

Their photographer Pat Dy has shared the prenup photos on his Instagram account. As we recall, Sarah and Richard got engaged last 2017 and they will finally tie the knot this March 14 at Shangri-La The Fort Bonifacio Hall. And proceeds to The Grand Ballroom for the wedding reception.

Their wedding invitation went viral as the attendees of the wedding were high profile politicians and personalities. Featured attendees include former Presidents Gloria Macapagal-ArroyoJoseph Estrada, President Rodrigo Roa Duterte, and senate President Tito Sotto among others.

Their photographer also shared some challenges amidst the shooting underwater. He wrote in the caption that he said to Richard and Sarah for their dedication and for obeying the team’s request even after they were stung by a jellyfish and swallowing some seawater.

“I’ve had a lot of requests for underwater shots over the years. The only successful one I posted , as you all saw was the one last year. I didn’t think I could shoot another amazing set until i got to shoot Richard and Sarah’s engagement photos.  As the fashion saying goes… Don’t do any shoot just for the sake of concept especially if your subjects looks awkward. Even from the slightest expression can make or break a campaign.”


“When Richard and Sarah, dived, got bitten by small jellyfishes, swallowed water and catered to every request Bob Nicolas and I asked free. I knew right away the shoot was going to be an Epic engagement shoot,” he added.


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