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Camille Prats amazed a lot of netizens because of her amazing journey from being a child star to a school directress



Sheena Patricia Camille Quiambao Prats, professionally known as Camille Prats is a 34-year-old actress and the younger sister of actor John Prats.

She had her television appearance as a contestant in GMA-7 “Little Miss Philippines” and she has become popular among Filipino households for her regular appearances in ABS-CBN’s children’s program “Ang TV”. She captured the hearts of many Filipinos as she portrayed the role of Princess Sarah in “Sarah… Ang Munting Prinsesa”, it was a Philippine remake of the anime Princess Sarah, which was in turn based on Frances Hodgson Burnett children’s novel A Little Princess.




Currently, she is one of the hosts of “Mars Pa More”, a daily morning talk show in the Kapuso network together with Iya Villania and Chariz Solomon, she is also a contract talent of the GMA network and at the same time, a loving mom to her 3 kids and an amazing wife to her husband businessman John Yambao.

Together, they were blessed with two adorable children, their daughter Nala, who will be turning 2 years old this month and their son Baby Nolan, who was born last July 10. She also had her first child with her first husband Anthony Linsangan who passed away on September 23, 2011, because of an !llness, and they named him Nathaniel Caesar Linsangan.

Who would have thought that aside from all the things she keeps herself busy with, she is also a school directress? She is also busy running their family-owned school “Divine Angels Montessori of Cainta, Inc.” situated in Rizal. With the help of her brother John Prats, she had decided to put up her small pre-school in 2009 after her 2 decades in the industry.



Her desire of having her own school started when she was still pregnant with her eldest child where she took a Montessori course in the United States and she discovers her passion for teaching and children after that. It was in January 2014 when they had the groundbreaking ceremony for Divine Angels Montessori, which actually expanded to a bigger school that welcomes students from preschool to Grade 6. They already had almost 300 students enrolled for the school year back in 2018.