MANILA, Philippines (May 11) – Erwan Heussaff trended within the Twitter universe after his first mothers’ day greeting for celebrity wife, Anne Curtis.
Erwan, through his Instagram account, shared a clip of Anne dancing while carrying their baby. Their baby daughter Dahlia has been the talk of the town for weeks after Anne gave birth.
In the caption, he wrote, “I keep thinking that I’ve seen you at youre happiest, but I still get proven wrong everyday.”
He added, “I never truly understood the intensity of a mother’s love, because I don’t remember being a newborn, but now I know it looks something like this. A quiet little dance, eyes locked on each other completely oblivious to your surroundings.”
Greeting his wife, he said, “You’re such a natural mom @annecurtissmith Happy 1st mother’s day.”
Among some remarkable banters in Twitter are from single ladies crying out, “where is my Erwan.”
Some praised him and said, “Huhu a dude who;s great at giving hugs, writing cheesy stuff and cooks the best meals. Sana all talaga.”
The Journey to Happy Ever After
It was not long ago when Anne Curtis became an official mother. She gave birth about 3 months ago in Melbourne, Australia.
Through her Instagram account, the “It’s Showtime” host shared to her fans that the baby’s name is Dahlia Amelie Heussaff.
The two decided to tie the knot last 2017 in a garden wedding in New Zealand.
Their #RelationshipGoals started back in 2010 through a Coachella party, a music festival they both attended.
A photo circulated in 2019 showing the hug that they shared. Anne said that duirng this time, Erwan caught her in tears and tried comforting her through a hug.
“And now, after nine years and now as my husband, I still get that kind of hugs and IT IS ENOUGH to make me all well… no matter what I’m dealing with in life.”
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