Rufa Mae Quinto loves collecting luxury bags!

The 40-year-old celebrity mom gave a sneak peek of her luxury bag collection through a vlog posted on YouTube on Thursday, January 24.

She listed down some of the bags she owns which includes six Hermès bags, two Chanel bags, five Gucci bags, and three Dior bags.

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In her vlog, Rufa Mae revealed what sparked her interest in collecting luxury hand bags and said, "Ito 'yung crocodile na sinasabi nilang most expensive leather.

"Kasi po isa sa mga hobby ko ay mag-aral ng mga leather. Gustung-gusto ko sila pag-aralan.

"I believe in them so I have it. Kasi gusto ko the best, kasi nga collector ng bags.

She further quipped, "Sabi ko sa sarili ko, 'Para matapos na 'to, bilhin ko na.' Charot!"

Rufa Mae, however, admitted that she splits the payment in order to buy the bags and said, "Hulug-hulugan naman. I do believe that staggered payment is the best!"

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Although the comedienne did not reveal the price of each bag on her vlog, PEP.ph researched how much each of her bags costs:

Rufa Mae owns a rare Hermès Birkin 35 cm bag in Graphite Gray Porosus Crocodile leather and Palladium hardware.

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According to 1stdibs.com, it comes with a staggering price tag of $105,500 or around P5 million.

She also owns another 35 cm Hermès Birkin in clemence leather and silver hardware.

According to Purseblog.com, the price tag for this kind of bag starts at $11,900 or around P625,000.

Rufa Mae also owns craie-colored 32 cm Hermès Kelly with Palladium hardware.

In an article on Spottedfashion.co, the price of a 32 cm Hermès Kelly starts at €7,850 or at least P470,000.

Rufa Mae also owns a 42 cm Hermès Kelly JPG shoulder bag in red togo leather and gold hardware, a 30 cm Hermès Birkin in crocodile leather, and a two-tone rouge red 35 cm Hermès Birkin.

She bought two Chanel Boy Bags, which currently has a price range of $4,300 (around P225,000) to $4,700 (P247,000).

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Rufa Mae also owns a Gucci Queen Margaret top handle bag which, according to their official website, comes with a price tag of $3,290 or around P173,000.

Rufa Mae also has a Gucci Marmont matelassé shoulder bag in medium priced at $2,490 or around P131,000.

Her Gucci Bamboo top handle bag has a price tag of $4,900 or P257,000.

Meanwhile, her white Gucci fanny pack is valued at $790 or PHP42,000.

These prices are based on the luxury brand's official website.

Rufa Mae also owns a GG Tom Ford Yellow Patent Leather with Studded Cuff Clutch.

This bag is not available on the brand's website but according to Tradesy.com, a slightly-used bag of this kind retails for $1,250.50 or P66,000.

The former Bubble Gang actress also owns several Dior pieces.

She is currently re-selling her Dior Street Chic Columbus Avenue shoulder bag.

According to Tradesy.com, this bag has an estimated value of $2,000 or around P105,000.

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Rufa Mae also owns a Dior Pink Trotter fanny pack, a Dior Doctor handbag, and a Louis Vuitton Onatah Fleurs handbag.

Watch the entire vlog below.

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This story originally appeared on Pep.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.

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