Anne Curtis Says She Finally Conquered Her Fear During Palawan Trip
ANNE CURTIS – Kapamilya actress Anne Curtis said she finally conquered her fear of swimming in the sea after seven years.
Filipina-Australian actress and endorser Anne Curtis is one of the most beautiful faces in the Philippine entertainment industry. She has starred in several tv series, including Dyosa, Maging Sino Ka Man, and Dyesebel.
Recently, Anne and her sister-in-law Solenn Heussaff shares photos from their quick beach getaway to Palawan. According to the geotags of their IG posts, their beach trip took place at Flower Island Resort in Taytay, Palawan.
Their Palawan beach trip was one of their first outdoor bonding moments after Anne Curtis returned from Australia. The couples spent their weekend swimming in the beautiful waters of Palawan.
Kapuso actress Solenn Heussaff uploaded a mesmerizing video taken by her brother Erwan on her IG account. The clip featured her and the Kapamilya actress gracefully swimming underwater. It came with a caption, “Beacause we have all dreamed of being mermaids.”
The 36-year-old celebrity appeared to have returned to her kingdom under the sea as she swam in the majestic water like a mermaid which she did 7 years ago for the teleserye “Dyesebel.”
It was in 2014 when Anne Curtis portrayed the role of mermaid Dyesebel in ABS-CBN’s fantasy-drama series. She also uploaded the video on her IG account.
In the video, the actress can be seen diving without a scuba suit. In the caption, she said she missed swimming in the sea and finally conquered her fear. She added that the whole experience made her feel elated.
“Missed this soooo much. Even if I could barely hold my breath underwater, Was so happy I finally conquered my fear. Took a while to be comfortable this far out in the water again – without a scuba suit. About 7 years I think.”
“Made my mermaid heart so happy! Help to be with the best people at such an amazing place.”
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