Sarah Engels does not seem to have been enthusiastic about this statement from her ex-husband. In the podcast "Laura and Pietro – ON OFF" Pietro Lombardi and his fiancé, influencer Laura Maria Rypa, talked about raising children. Lombardi revealed that he would treat a boy differently than a girl.
The two parents-to-be talked about who will be stricter in raising children. Rypa is currently pregnant with a boy, Lombardi already has son Alessio from his first marriage to Sarah Engels. "Well, I think at some point when our boy brings a woman home, I'll be stricter," Rypa explained. An attitude that Lombardi could not understand.
"Let him! Let him have fun, 10+," he retorted in terms of sex and relationships. "So when my son comes home at 12 or 13 and says, 'Mom, that's my girlfriend'. Sure, I would think in the end that's a school friend or childhood love," Rypa replied, after which Lombardi explained if his son is 13, already rules "Ramba Zamba".
"I think as a dad you're a little bit proud when your son comes up at 13 and says, 'Dad, I had fun today,'" he said. If he had a daughter, he would see things differently because "a girl [have] a reputation to lose much more quickly than [sic] a boy," the singer said.
Lombardi's ex-wife in particular does not seem to agree with this attitude. In her Instagram story, Sarah Engels took a cautious position. She did not want to answer the many media inquiries, she wrote, but also said: "However, due to our duty of care, we would like to make it clear that we as a family clearly distance ourselves from such statements and strive for a different conveyance of values."
In December last year, the musician had a daughter with her partner.
Sources: "Laura and Pietro – ON OFF" / Sarah Engels' Instagram
"Alessio was born lifeless": The birth of Pietro Lombardi's son was so dramatic