LOOK: Anne Curtis marks 3rd month of her ‘ray of sunshine,’ baby Dahlia
Actress and new mom Anne Curtis marked another milestone in her daughter Dahlia Amélie’s life, as the baby girl turned 3 months old yesterday, June 2.
Curtis and her husband, celebrity chef Erwan Heussaff, have been documenting the baby’s growth through floral photoshoots each month. The actress declared that much has changed since Dahlia was born.
The “It’s Showtime” host quoted Marianne Richmond’s book “If I Could Keep You Little…” to emphasize how much Dahlia has grown. Curtis also described Dahlia as their “ray of sunshine during these stormy times.”
“I feel like time is moving slowly yet so fast at the same time,” Curtis said via Instagram today, June 3, where she posted her daughter’s latest portrait.
The actress also admitted that she misses Dahlia being a “little newborn.”
“I miss it already BUT I’m also very much in love with all the new things I see her learn and discover each day,” Curtis said. “Like how much she curiously loves looking at her own hands right now.”
Dahlia donned a red dress and a blue cardigan in her portrait. She also wore a blue headband which matched her shoes, both bearing red pompom accents.
The baby was laid down beside a blue, red, pink and white floral arrangement, making the number three figure. Heussaff stood as the photographer, while Curtis was the creative director, set designer and Dahlia’s stylist.
The couple has been staying in Australia since Curtis gave birth there on March 2.
Despite being away from the Philippines, Curtis has been contributing to COVID-19 relief efforts in the country. The actress recently teamed up with Angel Locsin to raise funds for COVID-19 testing. Their joint project “Shop & Share” sells online various pre-loved items donated by their fellow celebrities. It made over P700,000 on its opening day. JB
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