Laura Maria Rypa: She finds the second pregnancy more pleasant

Singer Pietro Lombardi (31) and his fiancée Laura Maria Rypa (28) are looking forward to their second child together.

Laura Maria Rypa: She finds the second pregnancy more pleasant

Singer Pietro Lombardi (31) and his fiancée Laura Maria Rypa (28) are looking forward to their second child together. And this time the trained paralegal seems to be enjoying her pregnancy a lot more.

“So far this pregnancy is much more pleasant compared to my first,” Laura Maria Rypa revealed in a Q&A session on her Instagram Story. But she can only really judge this “with time”. In any case, she was “never really able to enjoy” her pregnancy with Leano (1). She looked back on the numerous difficulties that burdened her: "From start to finish I had nausea and vomiting, kidney congestion, cervical shortening and so on." She even once told her followers that she had “broken some blood”. Pietro Lombardi also let it be known on Instagram that she had to vomit “five times every day for over three months”.

This time the extreme nausea doesn't seem to be an issue. However, the 28-year-old revealed that she was worried about complications. "I think I think about it a lot, but in the end it happens as it happens and there's nothing I can do about it, so I have to think positively." She hopes that “the little one will want to stay in her stomach longer than Leano.” The boy was born six weeks early at the beginning of January 2023 and weighed only 1,900 grams. He had to spend two weeks in the premature baby ward. A hard time for the little family.

The former “DSDS” winner Pietro Lombardi already had to worry about his second child, Leano. His first son Alessio (8), whom he has with his ex-wife Sarah Engels (31), also had a dramatic start to life: he was born lifeless with a heart defect. In "The Pietro Lombardi Story" on RTL in 2019, he described: "Nobody knew what was happening. I went with him into this resuscitation room and I didn't know what was happening. There was another little child, completely blue. Five , six doctors revived him. I asked, 'What are you doing to my child?' I was like in a trance."

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