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The Black Economic Alliance (BEA) Foundation – a national nonprofit organization working with private, public, and social sector leaders to advance work, wages, and wealth for Black Americans – announced a grant partnership today with Visa Foundation to support the development of the Center for Black Entrepreneurship (CBE) housed at Spelman and Morehouse Colleges.

This $5 million commitment will support the CBE’s mission to eliminate access barriers between Black entrepreneurs, professional investors, and business builders by leveraging education, mentorship, access to capital, and opportunity.

A collaboration among the BEA Foundation, Spelman College, and Morehouse College, the CBE aims to grow the pipeline of Black entrepreneurs and connect them to investment opportunities. Visa Foundation’s commitment will support the development of an entrepreneurship program, which includes hiring faculty and building curricula for students at Spelman College and Morehouse College, as well as making online upskilling courses globally accessible.

“We are grateful to the Visa Foundation for their meaningful investment in the Center for Black Entrepreneurship,” said Samantha Tweedy, President of the Black Economic Alliance Foundation.

“Their support will help us expand the training the CBE is providing to the next generation of Black innovators and build an ecosystem that connects Black entrepreneurs to capital.”

“To build the future generation of entrepreneurs and small business owners, investing early is best,” said Michelle Gethers, Chief Diversity Officer and Head of Corporate Responsibility, Visa Inc. and Vice Chair of Visa Foundation’s Board.

“Visa Foundation is honored to support the Center for Black Entrepreneurship to uplift future generations of Black entrepreneurs who are attending college in Atlanta.”

“This partnership helps ensure a more diverse and inclusive future for everyone, everywhere.”

“We appreciate Visa Foundation’s generous investment in the mission of the Center for Black Entrepreneurship,” said Helene Gayle, MD, MPH, President of Spelman College. “The CBE will provide invaluable resources for our students interested in entrepreneurship by providing them with the opportunity to build the skills and networks necessary to thrive as future business leaders and founders.”

“This is especially important since Black women are the fastest growing group of entrepreneurs.”

“Morehouse College is proud to partner with incredible organizations like the Visa Foundation to bring the Center for Black Entrepreneurship to life,” said David A. Thomas, Ph.D., President of Morehouse College. “Visa’s generous grant will help us further the Center for Black Entrepreneurship’s work of addressing the historic and systemic challenges Black entrepreneurs traditionally face in accessing capital and peer networks.”

Through academic training, access to mentors, and exposure to the program’s robust network of business leaders and investors, CBE students will be supported in navigating the structural challenges Black entrepreneurs traditionally face when setting out to launch and sustain a business. By increasing investment in Black-founded companies, the CBE will ultimately contribute to closing the investment gap.

In addition to Visa Foundation’s $5 million grant, Visa Inc.’s Atlanta employees will be able to provide CBE with pro bono volunteering and other forms of in-kind support. This extension of CBE and Visa’s partnership builds upon Visa’s commitment to uplifting the Atlanta community by creating new opportunities for employee to support local entrepreneurs, attend stakeholder events, and strengthen the overall entrepreneurial ecosystem.

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Killexams : Cisco Partners with BEA Foundation to Support Entrepreneurship at HBCUs No result found, try new keyword!In partnership with the Black Economic Alliance Foundation (BEA Foundation), Cisco has committed $5 million in grants and technical services to fuel entrepreneurship at historically Black colleges ... Thu, 08 Dec 2022 10:00:00 -0600 https://ohsonline.com/EDU/Campus-Technology/Articles/2022/09/12/Cisco-Partners-with-BEA-Foundation-to-Support-Entrepreneurship-at-HBCUs.aspx Killexams : Philanthropists turn focus to nursing shortage

As more nurses leave their jobs in hospitals and health care centers, foundations are pouring millions of dollars into efforts to ensure that more stay in the profession and get more out of the job than just the applause and pats on the back they got during the bleakest days of the pandemic.

Philanthropic pledges announced this year to help nurses and the nursing profession include:

• A $125 million donation in February from Leonard Lauder, heir to the Estee Lauder cosmetics fortune, to the University of Pennsylvania to create a tuition-free program that eventually will train 40 nurses a year. The gift is designed to extend for decades.

• United Health Foundation, which said in June it would devote $100 million to finance the training of 10,000 nursing and other clinical students who are people of color or have low incomes.

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• In June, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation added $3.8 million to its Future of Nursing campaign, a 10-year effort run with AARP and the AARP Foundation that has made nearly $70 million in grants. The latest grant installment will focus on improving access to care and attracting people of diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds to the nursing work force.

• The American Nurses Foundation announced in May its $19 million commitment, which the nonprofit hopes can help make nurses’ lives easier and Excellerate their ability to provide top-notch health care. Projects include programming robots to take care of some of the routine aspects of nursing and providing extra training to nurses before they are thrown into the pell-mell of the hospital floor or busy clinic.

That extra instruction could have helped nurses like Muroo Hamed, who worked grueling hours in difficult circumstances through the early stages of the pandemic. Fresh out of nursing school and on the COVID-19 ward at Advocate Lutheran General Hospital in Illinois, Hamed was struck with fear. The building was on lockdown, frustrated patients were isolated from their loved ones, and Hamed and her exhausted colleagues re-used their protective masks for days, thinking that supplies would run out.

Afraid of infecting her family, Hamed slept in her parents’ basement between shifts for the first nine months of the pandemic. What kept her from quitting, she says, were the patients. Sitting beside patients who were barely hanging on, she realized that she was the last person who would hold their hand before they died. Providing the medical and emotional support they needed was a lot different than the exercises and simulations she had completed in school.

“It’s a real patient, a real human being with real emotions and feelings,” she says. “If I make a mistake, it can harm the patient, versus just getting a bad grade on a test.”

Hamed stuck with it and now monitors patients who have recently been in the intensive care unit. But many of her peers decided they had had enough.

More than 100,000 nurses, or 1.8% of the nationwide work force, left the field in 2021, according to an April study published in the journal Health Affairs.

The flight from the profession wasn’t a case of older nurses retiring. The bulk of nurses leaving were under age 35, and more are headed for the exit, according to a study from consulting firm McKinsey & Company, which found that 22% of frontline nurses planned to leave their positions in the next year — an increase from the 16% who said that in 2019.

To curb the loss of nurses, foundations have adopted a number of strategies. Some grants have gone to scholarships so nurses can graduate from school debt-free. Some provide specialized training so nurses can provide better care or land in decision-making positions at health providers. And other grants have provided mental health counseling and paid for time off and retreats so nurses don’t feel burned out.

While people have always thought highly of nurses, that appreciation has not always translated into the kind of support from philanthropy as other aspects of health care, including doctor training, medical research and drug development. Philanthropy needs to step up with more grants or nurses will continue to flee the profession, and public health will suffer, nursing leaders say.

In September 2021, the Duke Endowment put about $400,000 toward a program to reduce “nurse burnout,” which provided a wellness retreat and life coaching.

The mental health services provided by such grants could help, says Kate Judge, executive director of the American Nurses Foundation. But the burnout many nurses feel after two-plus years of COVID-19 won’t be cured by extra time off, she says, or by counseling.

“You have to fix the system that persistently and constantly led them to be so exhausted,” she said.

One of the fixes, according to Judge, is to ensure nurses like Hamed arrive on the job with a fair degree of certainty that they are in a specialty they like and that they have the skills to thrive. To help with that, one of the foundation’s grants in its new nursing program went to Chamberlain University to develop specialized training for nurses who treat surgical patients.

Karen Cox, Chamberlain’s president, hopes to start similar courses in post-acute care and home care. Overall, about a third of nurses cycle out of their first post within a year, she says. Many still want to be nurses, but they may have found that they weren’t suited to that assignment. 

The new training will help nursing students grasp what long-serving pros understand through years of practice, Cox says, like instinctively knowing which instruments are needed during a procedure, how to work with a team, and where to stand in surgery.

“When you’re in that room and somebody’s got their chest open, it’s pretty high stakes,” she says.

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Killexams : Bea Alonzo welcomes holiday season with new look
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Bea Alonzo sent fans gushing with her new look, with some describing her as “Philippines’ Dakota Johnson” for her apparent resemblance to the American actress.

The actress donned a Versace high-slit dress as she showed off her new hairdo through her Instagram page on Sunday, Dec. 4.

“New look to welcome the holidays,” she said in the caption.

Aside from fans, Alonzo received compliments from fellow celebrities including Carla Abellana, Kyline Alcantara and Mariel Padilla via the comments section.

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Bea Alonzo

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Bea Alonzo

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Alonzo earlier disclosed during a “Start-Up PH” press conference that her upcoming reunion project with actor John Lloyd Cruz will be released under Star Cinema, with Cathy Garcia-Molina as its director.

The pair’s last film together was “A Second Chance” (2015), the sequel of their hit 2007 movie “One More Chance.” Alonzo and Cruz then teamed-up in a TV commercial for a fast food chain in 2021. EDV

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Killexams : Bea Alonzo not planning to become Spanish citizen after legal resident status

November 22, 2022 | 9:49am

Actress Bea Alonzo

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MANILA, Philippines — Actress Bea Alonzo has no plans of becoming a Spanish citizen – but she is happy that she will soon have such an option.

That is what Bea told reporters at her exact “Start Up PH” press conference in Cebu City.

“Galing ako sa isang mahabang bakasyon - 26 days, almost a month. Kakauwi ko lang this week from Europe. The reason why I went there was because I wanted to get my Golden Visa to Spain, so am now a resident of Spain,” Alonzo declared at the event.

Following her acquisition of a two-bedroom Madrid apartment, Bea is now a legal resident of Spain with a Golden Visa, a "residence visa issued to a non-EU national who intends to make a significant investment in the Spanish economy,” said the Schengen Visa website.

Anyone who purchased real estate in Spain for at least 500,000 Euros (about P30 million) is entitled under the Residency by Investment program to travel visa-free within the Schengen Zone of the European Union. The benefit extends to Bea’s mother, Mary Anne.

“'Yung Spanish government kasi, if you have a certain amount to invest sa real property nila, you will be granted a Golden Visa which means you are automatically a resident,” shared Bea.

As legal citizen, Bea can now work freely in Europe. Although not required to stay in Spain, she is now eligible to apply for citizenship after a couple of years. But the Filipino-British actress was quick to stress that she will not apply for Spanish citizenship.

“After two years, you can apply for citizenship which am not gonna of course, but, at least, there is that option.”

RELATED: 'Any time po on your cue': John Lloyd Cruz waiting for Bea Alonzo for reunion project

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Killexams : Obituary: Beatrice “Bea” Loux

Beatrice “Bea” Loux

POLAND – Beatrice “Bea” Loux, 85, died on Nov. 19, 2022, after a short illness. She was born on July 9, 1937, in Perth Amboy, New Jersey, to George and Esther Boyd. 

Bea attended Millersville State Teachers College, and married her college sweetheart, Roy Loux, before graduation. She was the owner and head teacher of Busy Bee Nursery in Auburn, a foster parent, a hospice volunteer, and was a long-term member of the Auburn Methodist Church. She was an avid quilter, sewer, and reader. Bea spent summers at Thompson Lake her whole life, and the family camp there had a special place in her heart. Bea’s main joy in life was spending time at the lake with her children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren.

Bea was predeceased by her parents, and her beloved husband, Roy Loux. She is survived by a large and loving family, including her brother, George Boyd and wife Dale; and her three daughters and their families, Debbie and Steve Fuller, Barbara Loux and William Heywood, and Cindy and Theron Kropp. Bea is also survived by her eleven grandchildren and their families, Kayla, Dylan, Audrey and Ellie Vatsinaris, Megan, Mark and Tucker Dvilinsky, Suzanne, Kevin, Amelia, and Zoey Wight, Nate, Ariel and Oliver Fuller, Andrew, Sarah and Addie Heywood, Abby Fuller and Colm MacCárthaigh, Eli Kropp, Bekah Kropp, Lizzie Kropp, Kurt Heywood, and Chris Heywood. 

The family thanks Androscoggin Home Care and Hospice for the loving care that Bea received during her stay. Bea loved reading, and was a lifetime supporter of the public library system. 

To express condolences and to participate in Bea’s online tribute, please visit http://www.DolbyBlaisSegee.com.

For those who wish to do so, donations can be made in her name to the Poland or Gardiner Public Libraries.

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Killexams : Béa Barbeau-Scurla: the 10 funniest things I have ever seen (on the internet)

My tiny little brain has been sucking in the toxic binary of the internet since Kid Pix got boring. The internet has rotted my brain – so let me take you on a journey to the mysterious and troubling world that is a 26-year-old comedian’s internet history.

1. The Count Censored

We begin our journey with a classic; a video that has been near and dear to me since I saw it in high school. I’m not even sure how I orginally came across this edit of the Count from Seasame Street talking about doing obscene things to his candles and cobwebs, but it has firmly stayed in my Top 10 funniest things I’ve ever seen. Although some might consider this infantile, it will NEVER fail to put you in a better mood. It’s also a very catchy song that can get stuck in your head. PROCEED WITH CAUTION.

2. Jones’ Big Ass Truck Rental and Storage Facility

We continue our journey through the internet and arrive at the area called “videos I cannot stop quoting”. My housemate and dear friend Matt has also been poisoned by consuming too much internet before his frontal lobe developed and we spend most of our days in our two-bedroom apartment quoting incoherent lines from funny internet videos. “JONES BIG ASS TRUCK RENTAL AND STORAGE FACILITY” is one of those quotes. Anyway, enough about my mental illness. Ramiro Castro Jr. plays Toby Jones in these fake ads that just always have me giggling (look up Jones’ BBQ & Foot Massage for an extra bit of content).

3. France is Bacon

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When I get some free time away from staring at my wall waiting for the phone to ring so I can write a listicle and gain a few more Instagram followers, I am known to engage in a healthy scroll on TikTok. There’s a certain brand of entertainment that has taken my fancy, which involves having a robotic voice read out stories from Reddit while watching someone play Minecraft. This video is my exact favourite, but I strongly recommend going down one of these rabbit holes next time you’re suffering from a depressive episode.

4. Philomena Cunk

Diane Morgan as Philomena Cunk, in Cunk on Britain.

UK comedian Diane Morgan plays Philomena Cunk, an insane character and ridiculously ill-informed documentarian. She interviews historians and asks the REAL important questions. I just can’t sit through watching these videos with a straight face. She’s phenomenal! I found her clips on TikTok but a lot of the full episodes of Cunk on Earth and Cunk on Britain are on YouTube.

5. John Robles

We have now reached the part of the internet journey in which I shamelessly lovebomb my friends. I think John is one of the funniest guys out there and I’m not biased just because he’s a dear friend of mine.

He has some videos on his Twitter, but if you ever get an opportunity to see him perform, please go do it. He has this insane irreverent charm that NO ONE I said NO ONE can replicate. He’s going to be a star one day, I can feel it in my tired little bones.

6. Sam Campbell

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A list of funny stuff on the intenet wouldn’t be complete with a Cambo clip. Sam is adored by pretty much every comedian and has appeared on these lists a few times, but I just couldn’t resist adding my personal favourite: a rousing tribute to our late Queen Elizabeth II, filmed in a comedy club in London. It’s a crime that this man doesn’t have his own TV show.

7. Big Iron

A journey into my internet algorithm isn’t complete until I show you a funny video of an animal. I am notorious for liking videos of “little guys” (animals). This 15-second video is something that I would show my parents and they would look at me like I just took a big shit on their front porch. I get it, the internet is not for anyone. If you don’t understand why this video is funny, I’m sorry to say but you’re old :(

8. This dog standing up in water

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Just another little guy.

9. This dog eating ham

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This little guy is just so fun to quote.

10. The end of Meet Joe Black

Well guess what? We’ve reached the end of our fantastic journey! Do we feel more stupider? Good. I’ve saved the best for last with this scene from the 1998 film Meet Joe Black. I cannot believe this is a real moment in a film that made $140m at the box office. I’ve never seen this film and I don’t want to because I don’t want it to taint my fave clip on the internet. Just trust me on this. Watch it. Thank you, love you, bye 😊

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Killexams : Bea Binene hopes to do more hosting aside from acting
Bea Binene

Bea Binene

When her contract with GMA 7 ended sometime last year, Bea Binene had to work freelance for a while. There was a feeling of uncertainty. But thankfully, she said, she eventually found a new home in Viva Entertainment.

“I’m very grateful because they were there for me… During the time Viva was working on my contract, I went freelance because I didn’t have one anymore with GMA. Luckily, work opportunities were still there,” she told the Inquirer at a exact story conference for the upcoming 10-part series adaptation of author Gwy Saludes’ popular Wattpad novel “The Rain in España.”

“There’s nothing certain about the future,” added Bea, who was formally welcomed by Viva Artists Agency (VAA) to its roster last September. “But I feel very blessed. I didn’t have to worry because VAA made sure to welcome me with open arms. And just a couple of weeks after I signed with them… game na agad. There’s a new project for me already. Good things are happening. I’m ready to work.”

Wider opportunities

With no exclusivity with any network, the 25-year-old actress—who was last seen in the primetime series “Beautiful Justice”—hopes to do projects with companies or celebrities she has yet to work with. “Wherever there’s work or a good offer, of course, I will be thankful. Because I’m an independent company, I think there will be a wider [range of] opportunities,” she said.

In her previous meetings with her new bosses, Bea talked about the kind of direction she plans to take in her show biz career. “I told them about the projects I prefer doing. They discussed roles that we think will suit me. I told them about my limitations. I love how they value what you want to do, as well as your boundaries. They’re very open with that,” she said.

While acting is her main priority, Bea hopes to do more hosting jobs.

“It’s one of the things I love to do,” said Bea, who used to cohost the weekly news magazine show “Good News Kasama si Vicky Morales.” “I have been doing public affairs-related programs for a while now. I would love to have my own travel show… This is something I’m passionate about because the training and knowledge you get… are valuable.”


During the lockdown, Bea busied herself taking online classes and certificate programs. “In the beginning, I spent my free time catching up on Korean dramas. But later on I realized that I had to do something productive. So I took three executive courses: one from Harvard Business School Online, one from the Kellogg School of Management and another from London Business School,” she related. She also took up language lessons in Korean and Mandarin. “No joke! I really wanted to keep myself busy. And it was the right time to do all those things because I had the time. I believe these lessons will be helpful in the long run,” she said.

Directed by Theodore Boborol, “Rain in España” follows the romance between Kalix (Marco Gallo), a young man from a family of doctors who decides to carve a different career path. He takes up legal management at University of Santo Tomas, where he meets the architecture student Luna (Heaven Peralejo). Bea plays one of Luna’s friends, Via.

“This project is an ensemble piece, so we really have to help and lift each other up to make the show good. As someone who has done youth-oriented shows in the past (‘Tween Hearts’), I have learned that you have to make the audience feel your bond and closeness with your coactors,” she said.

While she’s one of the more experienced actors in the cast, Bea knows that she can’t be complacent.

“Your dedication should be there. There’s always room for improvement,” said the actress, who admitted that her new work environment is something she will have to adjust to. “Back in GMA, I knew everyone, even the camera men. Now, I’m working with a new production staff, new actors. But the things I learned at GMA I will continue to apply here.” INQ

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Killexams : Aisling Bea fans all say the same thing as she gets glam to be guest judge on Drag Race

AISLING Bea's fans were all saying the same thing after the comedian revealed her glam look to be a guest judge on Drag Race UK.

Aisling Bea showed off the gorgeous matching dress and boots she wore for the special gig.

Aisling revealed her glam look on Instagram


Aisling revealed her glam look on InstagramCredit: Instagram
She wore a stunning matching dress and shoes set


She wore a stunning matching dress and shoes setCredit: Instagram

The 38-year-old revealed her stunning look on Instagram and her followers could not get enough.

The funny woman said: "It’s what’s inside that counts, which is why I ate a load of crisps while I was painted and decorated on the outside.

"I loved the chance to go full razzle dazzle on me lewk, but more than anything I LOVED the chance to work with the five talented people from this episode.

"I will not say who, in case you are behind (or on top, whichever you fancy)."

The Irish actress shared her love for drag and the show.

She wrote: "SO much of Drag Race, and drag as an art form generally, is properly, beautifully crafted comedy and stand up, which is why I was dying to do this part in particular.

"It was a glorious pleasure to (hopefully) help along these five superstars."

She looked absolutely gorgeous in a matching pink and lilac dress and chunky heeled boots with a daisy pattern all over.

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Her makeup looked striking as she had dramatic winged eyeliner and small gems on the outer corners of her eyes.

Aisling revealed that her dress and boots were from Joe and Paul Paris.

Fans were completely obsessed with Aisling's look and took to the comments to share their compliments.

One person wrote: "The dress! The matching boots! The winged liner! Love the whole look!!

Someone else said: "When I thought I couldn’t love Drag Race and Aisling more… turns out I can!"

Another added: "You looked absolutely stunning."


Someone else wrote: "LOVE the eye makeup Aisling!"

Previously, Aisling left her fans in stitches as she attempted to grow her own potatoes.

The Irish comedian shared a hilarious clip on Instagram as she showed off the results of her first attempt.

The This Way Up star decided to take on the challenge of farming her own spuds a few months ago.

However, they didn't turn out exactly as she had imagined.


Aisling said: "A few months ago, I saw a reel on Instagram about growing your own potatoes from old potatoes.

"I thought to myself, ' That's a bit of me. I'm Irish, I love potatoes. I'm into sustainability and also winter is coming. Cost of living crisis'.

"So, I gave it a go! And I'm here to tell you that after months of growing my potatoes, I am delighted to show you my first harvest."

Showing off her favourite potato of them all, Aisling held up a tiny potato, no bigger than the size of a blueberry.

She added: "That is three months of farming in my garden".

Aisling captioned the video: "Manifest your own dreams guys."

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Killexams : 'Kasal?': Dominic Roque reacts to wedding with Bea Alonzo
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December 5, 2022 | 9:50am

Celebrity couple Dominic Roque and Bea Alonzo

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MANILA, Philippines — Actor Dominic Roque revealed that Bea Alonzo is "the one" for him, though there are no wedding bells yet ringing soon for them.

In an interview with the media during the Esquire PH Man At His Best event recently, Dominic was asked if there are wedding plans already. 

“Kasal? Secret,” he said.  

He, however, said that he is seeing Bea as "the one."

"Of course, oo naman. We were doing good now together. Ayokong sabihing super happy but we're happy now,” he said. 

“Lalo na no'ng nagbakasyon kami, nakilala naming maigi 'yung isat-isa. From there, sa mga experience namin together, ang dami pa naming gustong gawin,” he added. 

It was in April 2021 when Bea revealed that she and Dominic are dating, adding that "Dominic is a good guy."

When she transferred to GMA network in August 2021, Bea confirmed that they are officially together.

The couple most recently visited Verona, Italy, the setting of William Shakepeare's "Romeo and Juliet."

Bea shared on her YouTube channel that they toured around the city, visiting Juliet's Balcony, the apartments in the film "Letters to Juliet," and the pilgrimage site for couples, Pozzo Dell' Amore. 

The couple previously toured Milan and Lake Como. Bea's vlog will then feature their trip to Lucerne, Switzerland. 

Bea bought an apartment in Spain recently. 

RELATED: From friend zone to lovers: Bea Alonzo, Dominic Roque share sweet Valentine's story

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