Anne, Erwan’s baby Dahlia turns 6 months old: ‘Lifetime of smiles in half a year’

By: - Reporter
/ 01:37 AM September 03, 2020
Dahila, baby of Anne Curtis and Erwan Heussaff

Anne Curtis and Erwan Heussaff’s daughter, Dahlia Amelie. (Photo from Instagram/@annecurtissmith)

MANILA, Philippines — Anne Curtis and Erwan Heussaff on Wednesday once again shared new photos of their daughter Dahlia Amelie as she turned six months old.

“A lifetime of smiles in half a year,” the celebrity chef wrote in an Instagram post as he shared adorable snaps of his little girl.


The “It’s Showtime” host, in her own Instagram post, shared photos of Dahlia beside a red, white, yellow and pink floral arrangement.

Anne said she couldn’t help having “mixed emotions” as her daughter turned six months old.


“Mixed emotions of excitement to seeing her grow and experiencing all her milestones BUT also wanting to keep her as my little baby,” Curtis said.

“I feel like it was just yesterday that I gave birth and held this sweet little girl in my arms for the first time… and just like that, half a year has gone by,” she added.  “I guess, now I understand when mums and dads say ‘you’ll always be my little baby’ – because that’s what she’ll always be to me. My little Dahlia Amélie.”

Dahlia is Anne and Erwan’s first child, who was born on March 2 of this year in Australia.

The couple tied the knot in New Zealand back in November 2017, after six years of dating.


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