- Solenn Heussaff’s daughter, Thylane Katana, once again captured the hearts of many netizens
- This is after the actress’ husband, Nico Bolzico, shared a video of the 11-month-old baby girl
- In the video, Thylane can be seen eating pasta messily while being supervised by her mom Solenn
- The adorable viral video immediately garnered a lot of positive reactions from social media users
Solenn Heussaff’s daughter, Thylane Katana, has spread good vibes online after Nico Bolzico shared an adorable video of the celebrity baby.
In the video uploaded on Nico’s Instagram page, the 11-month-old baby girl can be seen eating pasta messily while being supervised by her mom Solenn.
“In my opinion #TiliBolz likes pasta, but I am not a nutritionist so I am not sure,” Solenn’s husband said.
Charmed by the baby’s cuteness, many netizens wrote positive reactions to the celebrity dad’s post:
“OMG TILI!! HAHAHAHA SO CUTE PA RIN.”
“So adorable Tilibolz.”
“soooo cuteeee! hahahaha i think she really likes it and wants for moooooore.”
“You’re the best @solenn that’s right let Tili explore and enjoy her food.”
“I think she likes the bowl better.”
“Seems like she loves the bowl more than the pasta, such a cutie!”
Watch the video below:
Solenn Heussaff-Bolzico is a Filipina-French VJ, actress, TV host, model, singer, fashion designer, painter, and professional make-up artist. She came to prominence after joining "Survivor Philippines" on GMA network.
Her husband Nico earlier posted a breathtaking photo of him tossing baby daughter Thylane up in the air. Nico then stated that “behind all these beautiful father-child pics” was a protective mom.
Solenn's "optical illusion" family picture on Instagram also received hilarious reactions from netizens a few months ago. A lot of her followers quipped that they gave the photo a second look.
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