Solenn’s baby Thylane Katana and Anne’s baby Dahlia finally meet in person

  • Solenn Heussaff’s daughter finally meets Anne Curtis’ baby Dahlia Ameliè for the first time
  • Anne returned to the Philippines after being in Australia
  • Meanwhile, Solenn and Anne have a new makeup collection inspired by their love for their daughters

It’s a cute playdate for celebrity kids Thylane Katana and Dahlia Amelié.

Image by Solenn Heussaff via Instagram

The adorable cousins have finally met for the first time in person. On Instagram, Solenn Heussaff posted a photo story mof her daughter Thylane spending time with Anne Curtis’ baby Dahlia.

In the photo, the two kids have their backs facing the camera as they were being entertained by Anne. Baby Dahlia with her parents, Anne and Erwan Heussaff, recently flew back to the Philippines after staying in Australia for over a year. This is Dahlia’s first time in the Philippines since Anne gave birth last March last year. The actress spent her maternity leave in Australia and got extended to more than a year due to the travel restrictions of COVID-19 pandemic.

Meanwhile, Solenn and Anne have recently unveiled a new makeup collection in collaboration with Anne’s cosmetics brand, BLK Cosmetics.

Image by Solenn Heussaff via Instagram

Making the collection extra special is the fact that it was inspired by their respective daughters Thylane and Dahlia. It features multi-palettes and four matte lipsticks in various shades.

According to Solenn, the collection is a reminder for everyone to be creative and to always express ourselves.

She wrote on Instagram, “For the past year we have been working on this collab for all the makeup lovers out there. Designed the packaging inspired by the love for our daughters, this is a limited edition.”

“We created this [collection] because we want everyone to know that no matter who you are, no matter where you’re from, it’s very easy to be creative and it’s very important, especially nowadays, to be able to express yourself and to be proud of who you are,” she added.