A week after the birth of her son, Amel Bent appeared on Instagram with her three children.
Of course she has somewhat drawn features, but also the beaming face of a fulfilled mother. A week after the birth of his son, Amel Bent posted a story on Instagram with his two daughters and the youngest. Under the colorful letters ‘Happiness’, the selfie shows the four of them in bed for a lazy morning with the family, with the two eldest, 6-year-old Sofia and 4-year-old Hana, hugging their little brother.
On April 7, the singer announced the birth of her third child, a baby boy whose first name has not yet been released. “MYPRINC E. Happy and moved to announce the birth of my little prince. Fit and healthy thank goodness. Thank you for all of your messages of love and kindness throughout this pregnancy that I have shared with you. Now a little rest and lots of hugs before we meet again. Love,” the singer wrote on Instagram.
Amel Bent happy after the trauma of a miscarriage
Happiness found for The Voice judge who faced difficult trials before this third happy event. First, her husband and father of her children, Patrick Antonelli, was sentenced to three years in prison for forged driver’s licenses.
In October 2021, Amel Bent also revealed on the show “Sept to Eight” on TF1 that he had suffered a miscarriage: “From the moment we took a pregnancy test and it came back positive, we are pregnant. We live it deep in his body, in his heart. We share it with the person we live with. We’re already imagining a future, it’s going very, very quickly! When you’re told, “You’re pregnant, but you won’t have children,” it’s devastating! It is a very special situation, very painful, both physically and mentally.”
A courageous speech on a still taboo subject. His intervention was also welcomed on social networks by fans of Amel Bent, who replied: “If the congratulations go straight to my heart, it is above all sharing your experiences that excites me. Putting my humility aside to tell me is speaking with pride on behalf of all women, because one in four women has endured or will endure this horrific ordeal. Let’s stick to freedom of speech so that these taboos no longer exist. These are painful ordeals that force us to ignore the codes of our society.”