MANILA – Anne Curtis and Erwan Heussaff are currently celebrating their first anniversary in South Africa.
During their trip, Heussaff gave one of his anniversary gifts for his wife – an orphan baby elephant that he fostered under the actress’ name.
Over the weekend, Curtis gave the public a glimpse of her new baby elephant, which is staying at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Nairobi, Kenya.
“Her name is Enkesha, born a day after my birthday,” she said in an Instagram post. “She had to be taken in because of a horrible wire snare that was wrapped around her little trunk.”
Curtis and Heussaff have been going on multiple safaris, with the actress even swimming at the edge of Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe.
They also visited Nyumbani, which Curtis described as “a place of hope and dreams for HIV+ children.”
“They are currently housing 123 children who have been abandoned by their parents. Erwan and I got to meet, play, and interact with these kids,” she said.