LOOK: Isabelle Daza, Adrien Semblat and baby Baltie jet off to France
Isabelle Daza and French husband Adrien Semblat jetted off to France recently with baby Baltie in tow for a much-needed family vacation. Daza has been documenting their trip on her social media, a mix of photos of her and Baltie as well as the obligatory Instagram Stories of French delights like cheese, good bread and foie gras.
Daza first shared a photo of her and Baltie last Aug. 12 on Instagram. In the photo, she can be seen carrying Baltie with one arm as she poses for the camera. Barefoot, Daza looks effortless yet chic, wearing a red linen jumpsuit and her hair simply parted in the middle. Baltie, on the other hand, looks adorable in a mustard onesie.
“Livin that linen lyf,” wrote Daza.
Meanwhile, Semblat shared a picture on his Instagram last Aug. 10 of a sweet moment between him and Baltie. In the picture, Semblat is carrying Baltie in his arms under an apple tree.
“First step into making an apple pie,” wrote Semblat. “Picking fresh fruits from the garden.”
Daza, too, indulged her fans on her Instagram Stories by posting snaps and clips of all the eats around France. On Aug. 15, Daza shared a video clip of her zooming into a spread of pastries sold in what looked like a bakery.
“Where gluten free comes to die,” Daza wrote.
She, too, shared a picture of boulangerie with a long line snaking outside the door.
“Everyone here eats bread 3x a day,” mused Daza.
It was expected, too, that Daza shared snaps of different kinds of cheese and foie gras on her Instagram Stories as France truly is known for their cheeses. Foie gras, made of duck or geese liver, is also famous in France as a luxurious delicacy.
Apart from her gastronomic adventure, Daza too reveled in the fireworks display during the feast of the Assumption of Mary to Heaven on Wednesday, Aug. 15.
“Watching the fireworks to celebrate the 15th of August,” wrote Daza. “Literally not one single person has their phone out. Everyone living in the moment except me.”
The Assumption is a public holiday in France and is an important Roman Catholic commemoration as it is the day when Mary, Jesus Christ’s mother, was assumed into Heaven after her death. /ra
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