Anne Curtis says she is determined for her new role in 'It's Okay To Not Be Okay'

Anne Curtis says she is determined for her new role in 'It's Okay To Not Be Okay'

- Anne Curtis recently expressed her honest thoughts about the show, "It's Okay to Not Be Okay"

- It is worth noting that Anne will be part of the Philippine adaptation of the famous K-Drama

- On Instagram, Anne expressed her determination to do her role justice and treat it with care

- Needless to say, fans of the show are super hyped to see Anne in her new role for IOTNBO

Anne Curtis, a Filipina actress, expressed her honest thoughts over her new role in the Philippine adaptation of It's Okay to Not Be Okay.

On Saturday, May 18, Anne took to her Instagram page to upload a reel about the press conference they held for the Philippine adaptation.

Anne Curtis says she is determined for her new role in 'It's Okay To Not Be Okay'
Anne Curtis says she is determined for her new role in 'It's Okay To Not Be Okay' (@annecurtissmith)
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According to Anne, It's Okay to Not Be Okay has been a favorite of hers since she first watched it, saying she fell in love with the characters.

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In her now-viral online post, Anne said she is "determined" to take on her role as Mia Hernandez with utmost care, delighting fans of the show.

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"It’s finally, officially, announced. It’s Okay to Not be Okay has been a favourite of mine since I first watched it. I instantly fell in love with the characters and it’s way of educating and raising awareness on different mental health issues. The story telling was portrayed so beautifully and is the very reason why I could not say no when it was offered to me. As someone who loved the character Ko Moon-young, I am determined to take her on as Mia Hernandez with utmost care. So excited to be working alongsides such talented actors @garciajoshuae and @jose_liwanag... AND to put the cherry on top? Being reunited with amazing screenwriter @henrykingquitain (Hiram) and director @maecruzalviar (Maging Sino Ka Man) just makes me even more thrilled," she wrote.

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Anne Curtis is a prominent actress, TV personality, recording artist, model, and VJ who began her career as a child star. She married Erwan Heussaff in November 2017 in New Zealand. They now have a child named Dahlia Amélie Heussaff, born on March 2, 2020, who is well-loved by many of her fans.

As previously reported by KAMI, Anne Curtis tugged at the heartstrings of netizens with her online post. Earlier, on Instagram, Anne penned a wonderful message about being Dahlia's mama. In her post, she expressed how much she loves her unica hija with Erwan Heussaff. Needless to say, Anne's sweet Mother's Day post was filled with positive comments.

Meanwhile, Anne Curtis recently gave her fans and followers a recap. On Instagram, Anne uploaded a bunch of photos taken from the month of April. She then gave a recap about April, saying the month was indeed a "wild one." Needless to say, Anne's post garnered positive comments on social media.

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