Zia Dantes is growing up to be multitalented.
Guess what the four-year-old daughter of Dingdong Dantes and Marian Rivera is up to these days? She's been learning how to play the drums.
See the look of determination on her face.
In case you've forgotten, the little drummer girl can also sing.
Here's her version of Disney princesses movie themes: "That's How You Know" of Enchanted and "Almost There" of Princess and the Frog.
Her rendition of Frozen's "Let It Go" during her birthday party in November 2019 was well-applauded.
As early as when she was two, Zia showed remarkable skills on the dance floor, taking after her famous parents who are both good dancers.
She's also a natural in front of the camera, and can pull off any character—from a freaky clown and a little Joker to Batgirl, Marilyn Monroe, and Pochantos, among many others.
It's obvious the little girl has a competitive spirit...
...and gives her one-hundred percent to everything she does.
She's fearless, too.
In one of her interviews with PEP.ph (Philippine Entertainment Portal), Marian revealed how she's been teaching Zia to be a go-getter.
She said, “My rule is to let her do and explore things. I don’t stop her.
"You can relate to this, fellow mommies; the more na inaawat mo sila, the more na gusto nilang gawin yun.
"So, hindi ko siya inaawat. If medyo delikado, may aksidente, wina-warningan ko siya.
"And siya bahala para pumili ng desisyon. Halimbawa, gusto niya umakyat sa stairs. I tell her, 'Go, pero pag nahulog ka, puwede kang magkasugat.'
"Alam mo, sa sarili lang niya, alam na niya at hindi na siya aakyat."