WATCH: Solenn Heussaff, daughter Tili sing 'Hakuna Matata' from 'The Lion King' | Inquirer Entertainment

WATCH: Solenn Heussaff, daughter Tili sing ‘Hakuna Matata’ from ‘The Lion King’

/ 12:35 PM March 28, 2022
Solenn Heussaff

Solenn Heussaff and Tili Bolzico. Image: Instagram/@nicobolzico

Solenn Heussaff spent a playful Sunday bonding with her daughter Thylane “Tili” Bolzico by painting her face and grooving to Disney’s “The Lion King” song “Hakuna Matata.”

Heussaff painted Tili’s face to look like that of a lion, with a lion’s nose and whiskers, as seen on her husband Nico Bolzico’s Instagram page yesterday, March 27.

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“Came home to this…,” Nico said.

Heussaff and Tili then appeared to recreate the scene where “The Lion King” characters Simba, Pumbaa and Timon sing and dance along to “Hakuna Matata,” as the mother and daughter crawl on the floor while singing a part of the song.

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Heussaff and Tili also recently recreated another film scene, when they screamed “Ayoko na!” in an open area while on vacation in Europe. The moment appeared to be a reference to actress Angelica Panganiban’s line in the hit 2014 film “That Thing Called Tadhana.”

Meanwhile, Tili’s family marked her second birthday with a snowy celebration in France in January. JB

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