Daniela Spanic shows her ultrasound picture in a thank you card

10/31/2007 at 06:47 AM ET

Venezuelan actress and model Daniela Spanic, 33, shared an ultrasound picture of her unborn daughter, Katalina Nahum Spanic. She expects Katalina with husband Ademar Nahum next year. Daniela suffered from a brain hemorrhage in the early stages of her pregnancy but has now made full recovery.

Source: People en espanol

Click below for the picture and the thank you note!

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The text reads:

Hello! I am Katalina Nahum Spanic.

I want to thank God for the beautiful miracle that he made happen for my mommy and me.

For my mom for fighting so much so that I may live and to the thousands of people around the world that made their hopes heard for us.

Your prayers were answered and soon I will be with you.

Thanks to everyone, may God bless you!

Thanks to CBB readers Jason and Kitty.

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adh on

That’s a little different. With all do respect I find it to be a little creepy. Nice sentiment though. Glad they are both doing well. When is the baby due?

finnaryn on

I see that the baby will have her last name, with dad’s as a middle name. Is that the tradition in Venezuela or is that a typo? Would it be switched if they were having a boy? I find it interesting how different cultures have different naming conventions.

Sylvana on

How cute.
Looks like she is going to look like her daddy.

Lina on

Its Gabriela Spanic, not Daniela

sil on

Finnaryn,

in south america, we use both parents last names, so in this case the name of the baby is Katalina and Nahum Spanic are both last names (always dad’s last name first and then mom’s last name)

Marlene on

To finnaryn:
I’m from Puerto Rico and in most latin countries the fathers’ last name comes first (in this case Nahum) and then the mothers’ last name (Spanic). We all have two last names, bust the fathers’ always comes first, doesn’t matter the sex.
Sorry for any writing mistakes.

finnaryn on

What a great way to honor both parents! :) Thank you for explaining. I had never heard that before.

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