Since Anne Curtis got married to Erwan Heussaff last year, people have been wondering when the two will have a baby. In her interview with Pep.ph, she said, "Darating 'yan, mas nakaka-pressure siguro 'pag tinatanong. Sa ngayon, hindi pa, pero if God gives it at the right time, isa siyang blessing, hindi ba?"
And unlike most women who set a target age to conceive, Anne doesn't believe in timelines. "Wala, I don’t think that's something you should put a timeline to, or else, you will pressure your body. Hindi siya something na dapat pinaguusapan, kasi baka ma-jinx or whatever."
This isn't the first time that Anne talked about pregnancy. In December 2017, she also spoke up about a Twitter post featuring what she noted was a "misleading" headline, as well as comments that bashed her personal decision to wait before starting a family.
Today's exciting episode of 'Rape Culture and Misogyny in Facebook Comments': pic.twitter.com/CLoaR7xEZS— SheaIea (needs to) Aral ???? (@ssiral_) December 5, 2017
She answered: “Wow. These people are so harsh. The headline is misleading too. I never said that.
“Maybe if they read the article they would see what I said was - WE JUST GOT MARRIED, can’t we enjoy that first before making the next big step of becoming parents.
“It’s our life anyway! Kalerky”
Wow. These people are so harsh. The headline is misleading too. I never said that. Maybe if they read the article they would see what I said was - WE JUST GOT MARRIED, can’t we enjoy that first before making the next big step of becoming parents. It’s our life anyway! Kalerky?? https://t.co/BGkmeej6YQ— Anne Curtis-Smith (@annecurtissmith) December 6, 2017
Our main takeaway? Let's give Anne a break. It's her own body, and it's her decision whether she'll choose to have a baby today or in X years' time. No one should be rushed about getting pregnant and there's nothing wrong with waiting for the right time for it.
This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph.
* Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.