IG Story: Erwan Heussaff Jokes When Asked By Anne Curtis About What They Did
ANNE CURTIS – It’s Showtime host Anne Curtis clarified the joke of her husband Erwan Heussaff about what they did for their trip to Africa.
Undeniably, many people are asking as to when Anne Curtis and Erwan Heussaff would have a baby. Many are excited to see the little Anne or little Erwan soon.
With regards to talks about having a baby, the It’s Showtime host is consistent in responding that it will come at the right time. She and her husband are visibly enjoying their time as a married couple now.
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Happy Birthday to my happiness, my security blanket, my best friend, my mon amour & now my husband @erwan ❤️. Here’s to another awesome year for you my love. I’ll always be here, right at your side to support all of your dreams & goals. Je t’aime! Joyeux Anniversaire! À toi pour toujours, ton amour et ta femme – Moi 💋. . . P.S – I promise to stop learning korean this year and switch to FRENCH 😋. . . 📸: @hendryyadhisna @sweet.escape
Anne Curtis and Erwan Heussaff officially tied the knot in 2017. They had a garden wedding held in New Zealand and it gathered their families and closest friends.
The It’s Showtime hosts were present at Anne-Erwan Wedding and as well as several celebrities including Luis Manzano, the male best friend of Anne.
Recently, through a video posted on her Instagram Story, Anne Curtis shared that she and Erwan Heussaff are ready to go to Africa.
Based on a report on Philippines’ Ultimate Showbiz Hub (PUSH), the actress previously revealed that she and her husband will go to Africa in November which is in time with the mark of their first anniversary as a married couple.
The couple did something early in the morning in preparation for their trip. In a video posted by the actress, she could be heard asking her husband about what they did.
“Pregnancy test,” Erwan’s jest which prompted his wife to clarify it.
“No. That’s not true! We got our yellow fever shots for Africa,” she said.
Based on the report, the yellow fever is a mosquito-borne viral disease present in Africa and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention or CDC suggests vaccination for protection against it.
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