Margielyn Didal as Photobomber is now an official Facebook profile frame

skateboarder Margielyn Didal used a Facebook frame of her as a featured photo and unwittingly started a trend

TV presenter Bianca Gonzales was among those who noticed it and shared how much it made him smile.

“Not too overwhelmed with the negative na balita, pinapaalala ko sarili ko na ginamit ni Margielyn yung Margielyn Facebook profile pic filter with Facebook profile pic niya,” Gonzales wrote with heart emojis.

She also added her own photobombed photo by Didal in the Twitter feed.

“She’s such a golden human being huhu,” Gonzales said.

The Facebook filter or photo frame, which looked like a photobomb meme, was created by a Facebook user named Mark Tutor.

You can use it by first clicking on your profile picture and then, from the drop-down list, choose the “Add frame” option.

In the list of frames, choose the “Olympian Didal Good Vibes.” The frame will then give you a smiling Didal photobombing your own profile picture.

This Facebook filter finally reached the Cebuana skateboarder and she changed her profile picture on July 29 with the meme filter of her own face.

The social media update had since been shared more than 1,000 times on the platform.

Other social media users also joined the fun trend and used Didal’s frame in random photos.

A Twitter page for Philippines weather updates showed pictures of the weather situation in the country with Didal’s smiling face on the side.

Didal finished seventh in the women’s street skateboarding final of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

Although she did not land on the podium, she gained on the internet that even fans of other skaters acclaimed her for her cheerfulness and sportsmanship.

Didal will later be seen partially stealing the show on Instagram Stories, interviews and snapshots of other athletes as she smiled and posed behind them.

Media from other countries also noticed his fun vibes and shared happy photos of his interactions with their reps.

The official Tokyo 2020 Olympics Twitter account finally featured her photo showing a happy thumbs-up sign as “Margielyn Didal’s seal of approval.”

Didal arrived in Manila last week with the country’s first Olympic gold medalist, Hidilyn Diaz.

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