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LOOK: Solenn Heussaff finally shares photo of baby Thylane

By: - Reporter
/ 12:22 AM April 30, 2020

MANILA, Philippines — Solenn Heussaff on Wednesday finally shared a photo of of daughter Thylane Katana.

In an Instagram post, the French-Filipina actress gave the first clear look at what her daughter looks like.

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“Best days at home getting to know your pure gentle soul,” Heussaff wrote on Instagram.

“Te amo Thylane….. de tout mon coeur! (I love you Thylane with all of my heart!” )she added.

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“Sorry @nicobolzico this is just a girls pica… you cant hang with us!” Heussaff teased, referring to her husband and Thylane’s father Nico Bolzico.

But it appears that fans won’t get to see Thylane in her mom’s Instagram post. Heussaff, in an Instagram post, that she will only share Thylane, calling her as her “happy pill”, sometimes.

Solenn and Nico welcomed Thylane this year on New Year’s Day.

Solenn Heussaff gives birth to first baby on New Year’s Day

The couple earlier decided against showing their daughter’s face. At one point, Bolzico pulled a prank about a “reveal” of what Thylane looks like.

WATCH: Nico Bolzico shows baby Thylane’s face in hilarious ‘reveal’

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