Three days after Solenn Heussaff posted on Instagram the first photo of their daughter Thylane Katana, her husband Nico Bolzico had the "honor" of posting their first family picture.

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Last Saturday, May 2, Nico posted a candid shot of him and Solenn with Baby Thylane in the middle.

Of course, Nico's post is not complete without his funny captions. He joked, "I am still waiting for the DNA results to make sure she is mine..." But he also admitted that Baby Thylane looks like a "#MiniSolenn."

Nico also gave a "preview" of upcoming daughter-father videos:

"Training on how to avoid potential suitors not approved by #ElPadre; training on how to avoid potential suitors; training how to avoid any suitor; training how to avoid contact we with any male. #BabyBolz"

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Nico's Instagram followers could not handle how cute Baby Thylane is.

News anchor Karen Davila left this comment on his post : "Awww so cute!!! Happy Sunday [heart emojis]."

Actress Carla Humphries commented: "Gigillllll naman my Thylane!!!!???? @solenn @nicobolzico"

Solenn and Nico welcomed Thylane Katana on January 1, 2020.

Last April 29, Wednesday, Solenn shared the first photo of Baby Thylane on Instagram, four months after she gave birth to her daughter.

Solenn wrote in the caption: "Best days at home getting to know your pure gentle soul. Te amo Thylane..... de tout mon coeur!

"Sorry @nicobolzico this is just a girls pica... you cant hang with us!"

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The couple got married on May 21, 2016, in France.

They announced that they are expecting last August 2019.

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