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Kapamilya actress Anne Curtis wants her daughter to speak this dialect.

ANNE CURTIS – “Its Showtime” hosts Anne Curtis is hoping that her daughter Dahlia would learn to speak Ilocano just like her mother.

Dahlia Amelie is the first born of Kapamilya actress Ann Curtis and food and video blogger Erwan Heussaff. They are currently staying in Australia with her mother Carmen and brother and it was where Anne gave birth to her.

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First walk around the woods. 🌱

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And as her daughter grows up, she wanted her to learn to speak Ilocano just like her mother. She expressed, “I hope Dahlia Amelie is able to speak ilocano like her lola… she didn’t teach me.. Kaya I’m asking her to speak to her apo as early as now para she’s familiar with it na ❤.” 

(See also: Anne [Curtis] and Baby Dahlia Moments That Will Warm Your Heart)

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Morning cuddles with my little koala 🐨🌸

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She shared this in her Instagram story where her mother can bee seen talking to her “apo”. The actress is half Australian while her husband is half French. Her mother Carmen is from Bolinao, Pangasinan while her father is an Australian lawyer.

Erwan is the younger brother of her Kapuso actress friend Solenn Heussaff. Baby Dahlia is now 3 months old and was born in March of this year and she seemingly love snuggling with her Mommy.

She is now responsive and Anne had used her love for singing to sing for her daughter. Through social media, Anne and Erwan are always generous enough to share the “firsts” and little achievements of their baby which a lot of people loved.

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