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  • Anne Curtis Reveals What She Doesn’t Want Dahlia To Inherit From Her

    Anne's daughter is 1 year and 7 months old.
    by Jocelyn Valle .
Anne Curtis Reveals What She Doesn’t Want Dahlia To Inherit From Her
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  • If there's one thing that Anne Curtis would rather not pass on to her daughter Dahlia Amelie Heussaff it's the type of voice she has.

    Anne made the revelation in the "Fast Talk" segment of her online interview with Boy Abunda. She was asked, "Anong isang trait mo na ayaw mong manahin ni Dahlia?" She replied, laughing, "Puwedeng physical na lang o ano? ’Yung boses ko."

    Anne had earlier reminded Boy of the last time she did the "Fast Talk," when she had to answer questions like "Lights on or lights off?"

    She said, "Nagulat ako naging trending s’ya on a different platform naman na TikTok. Naloka ako sa mga gumagaya sa laugh ko. Grabe pala ang tawa ko, ’no? When I saw it, sabi ko, ‘Oh, my goodness!’"

    The actress, who'll be returning to TV hosting, also shared a peek into her life as a mom. She said she's still breastfeeding Dahlia, so when she was asked to choose between milk and wine, she opted for the former.

    Anne said she starts her day by checking on Dahlia and, at the end of a tiring day that also involves running a couple of businesses, she looks forward to seeing her daughter and her husband Erwan Heussaff. She then gave a big yes when asked if fatherhood made Erwan sexier.

    Her message to fellow first-time moms: "Trust your own instincts because you’ll know what’s best for your baby."

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