Actress-host Anne Curtis shared her heartwarming message for her sister-in-law Solenn Heussaff, who is celebrating her 36th birthday this Tuesday, July 20.
In an Instagram post, the It's Showtime host said she's grateful that the past year has brought her closer to her sister and now business partner, whom she described as "one of the kindest and talented human beings I know".
"From friend, sister and now partner I can attest to how genuinely good-natured you are - I’ve never seen you get mad (except maybe a few times with plus but I TOTALLY get it)," she said.
"This year has brought us even closer and that I am truly grateful for. Here’s to another amazing year of glasses of wine, long nights of working + browsing through hundreds of pantone swatches for @tilidahli and sharing the crazy and beautiful journey of motherhood as we watch our little girls grow up together. Love you!" she added.
Anne was a longtime friend of Solenn before she became the wife of the latter's brother, content creator Erwan Heussaff.
The two actresses became first-time mothers at almost the same time last year, with Solenn giving birth to her daughter Thylane Katana in January 2020, and Anne to daughter Dahlia Amelie in March 2020.
Just recently, Anne and Solenn launched their first joint venture—Tili Dahli, a baby wear brand "that is rooted upon the strength of motherhood and inspired by the growth of their children".
Meanwhile, Solenn's husband Nico Bolzico also took to social media to greet his wife a happy birthday.
Sharing photos of the actress through the years, the Argentine businessman wrote: "Happy Birthday Bebu! You are the one who makes us a family! We love you so much!"
In her post on Instagram, Solenn shared her birthday wish as she thanked all those who remembered to greet her on her special day.
"It's still the morning and already want to thank everyone out there for the birthday greetings. My only wish on this day is for everyone to feel alive again. Just stay safe and let's work together to make this world a better place again. Virtual hugs to everyone," she said.