LOOK: Anne Curtis flashes engagement ring | Inquirer Entertainment

LOOK: Anne Curtis flashes engagement ring

/ 02:44 PM December 19, 2016


Merely a day after her engagement with businessman-food blogger Erwan Heussaff hugged the headlines, Anne Curtis was spotted flaunting her lavish engagement ring.

The Kapamilya actress-TV host, displaying her sparkling jewel, was snapped in separate pictures with host Amy Perez and “It’s Showtime” business unit head Reily Santiago.


“Super happy for you, my dear anak Anne Curtis-Smith, congratulations,” Perez penned her photo’s caption.

WATCH: Anne Curtis, Erwan Heussaff officially engaged

Santiago also shared his warmest felicitations to Curtis, “Best wishes on your engagement! Wishing you the very best as you begin to plan your lives together!”


Curtis’ little sister, Jasmine Curtis Smith, and close buddy Isabelle Daza-Semblat shared their joy upon learning about her engagement.

“Never doubted the forever everyone sees in your relationship. God may have given you the biggest challenges in life but He also showers you with the best blessings that you deserve,” Smith said.

Daza shared a humorous instance when the couple made each other jealous during a night out. “I knew you were meant to be – when you both tried to make each other jealous by picking up a random stranger,” Daza wrote.




The lovely couple ingeniously made their relationship official after Heussaf posted a video of their vacation to New York and Connecticut. At the video’s epilogue, he knelt down and made an offer to take his girlfriend’s hand in marriage, to which Curtis said yes.


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No announcement has been made as to when their wedding will take place. Gianna Francesca Catolico

TAGS: Anne Curtis, Erwan Heussaff, Isabelle Daza, Jasmine Curtis-Smith

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