- Anne Curtis’ recent video where she was using a product from a cosmetic brand she is endorsing is making the rounds online
- In the said video, the lovely celebrity mom could be seen fixing her eyebrow
- Netizens then noticed baby Dahlia Amélie Heussaff's voice singing in the background
- The video’s viewers could not help but gush over baby Dahlia’s adorable singing voice
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Anne Curtis’ video promoting a cosmetic brand is currently making the rounds on social media.
In the said video, the gorgeous actress and celebrity mom could be seen fixing her eyebrow.
Her video then went viral and garnered various reactions from its viewers.
This, after netizens noticed baby Dahlia’s voice in the background singing adorably.
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Here are some of the comments:
“Dahlia singing like mummy”
“Love the voice of Dahlia in the background”
“But oh dahliaaa.... “
“I heard dahlia singing”
Watch the video below:
Anne Curtis Smith-Heussaff is a Pinay-Aussie actress, model, TV host, VJ and recording artist living in the Philippines. She was born on February 17, 1985 and is one of the pioneer hosts of the noontime variety show "It's Showtime". The star tied the knot with Erwan Heussaff on November 12, 2017 and she gave birth to their child, Dahlia Amélie Heussaff, on March 2, 2020.
Anne has recently shared on social media anew a heartwarming video of baby Dahlia. The video shows the one-year-old baby hiding inside a teepee or a cone-shaped tent. Baby Dahlia then opened the tent and showed herself after her mom exclaimed “peek-a-boo”. The celebrity mom and her lovely baby girl’s adorable playtime likewise garnered endearing comments from netizens.
Anne previously revealed that she was a "praning" kind of mom who would be very meticulous when it comes to what is happening to baby Dahlia. According to the actress, in Australia, she experienced calling a hotline where a midwife would always answer and would ask even the simplest questions. She recounted that sometimes the midwife would just laugh and would immediately know that she is a first-time mom. The ultimate advice that she got from her pediatrician is to stop Googling everything.