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Isabelle Daza finally reveals baby Esmeralda's face: 'Our precious little girl'

By John Patrick Magno Ranara Published Nov 11, 2023 12:35 pm

Isabelle Daza's first daughter is just bursting with cuteness!

The actress and television host delighted her fans as she revealed the face of her third child with husband Adrien Semblat for the first time.

"Our precious little girl, Esmeralda," Isabelle captioned the picture, which showed Esmeralda flashing an adorable smile at the camera while wearing a knitted sweater. 

Many of Isabelle's fellow celebrities also couldn't help but gush about Esmeralda's cuteness, including Iza Calzado, Bela Padilla, and Georgina Wilson.

"Such a pretty and smiley baby," commented Bela.

Karen Davila wrote, "What a GEM. My gosh!"

Esmeralda is Isabelle's first baby girl with her husband, having given birth to her in March. She announced the news on Instagram by sharing a photo of herself holding her child while lying on a hospital bed. She tagged Hong Kong—where they currently reside—in the location, implying that she gave birth in the region.

"Born on the 23rd of March at 23:03," she wrote. "Via emergency CS (After I had lunch at LPM)."

"Thank you Lord for the gift of life," she wrote in the same post.

Isabelle tied the knot with Adrien during a three-day wedding weekend in Tuscany, Italy. Their love for each other eventually blessed them with their first child Balthazar in 2018 before being followed by their second son Valentin in 2021.

Speaking about what kind of mom she wants to be for her kids, Isabelle told Toni Gonzaga in a past interview that she wasn't to prioritize her children's manners and emotional intelligence.

"[I want them] to have manners, try to say 'please' and 'thank you.' Respecting other people," she said.

"I want them to develop a positive relationship with their emotions. I want them to have a high emotional quotient. Because I think these are skills needed to cope when they get older," she continued.