- Thylane Katana Bolzico is too cute to handle in her new adorable video
- Baby Thylane adorably sang her version of ‘Baby Shark’ while playing with her shark toys in the said video
- Solenn Heussaff could also be heard guiding her baby girl as she sings
- The endearing video then elicited positive comments from its viewers
Thylane Katana Bolzico’s new endearing video is sending good vibes to netizens.
In the video posted by her dad Nico Bolzico on his Instagram Stories, baby Thylane adorably sang ‘Baby Shark’ while playing with her shark toys.
“Baby Shark #TiliBolz version,” Nico wrote in the caption.
Solenn Heussaff could likewise be heard guiding her daughter as she sings.
“She went slightly out of tune here. Mama helped to get back on track,” Nico wrote.
“That was all folks! Proud #ElPadre,” he added.
The video then went viral and garnered positive reactions from netizens.
“Music to our ears Tili..You are so Daldalera na hahaha.”
“Sing some more Tilibolz”
“Soo cute tilibolz. watching your videos everyday is my happy pill”
Here's the video:
Baby Thylane Katana Bolzico is the daughter of Solenn Heussaff with the Argentine businessman, Nico Bolzico. Thylane, or Tili for short, is the celebrity couple's first child together. She is also the cousin of a celebrity baby, Dahlia Amélie Heussaff, the daughter of Anne Curtis and Erwan Heussaff.
Dahlia Amélie Heussaff and Thylane Katana Bolzico’s new videos together are sending good vibes online. The viral clips show the two lovely baby girls playing hide and seek.
Baby Thylane’s sweetness to her cousin Dahlia Amélie Heussaff and her aunt Anne Curtis is really captivating. In a post by Solenn, Thylane could be seen standing on her father Nico Bolzico’s lap and appeared like she’s watching over her cousin Dahlia and her aunt Anne while they are on a private plane.
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