The former swimming champion Federica Pellegrini talks about motherhood and personal fulfilment.
It is certainly not the only one. After the age of 30 and when you are in a stable relationship, more or less every woman is often asked when she will give birth to a child. Federica Pellegrini was very clear on this point.
Federica Pellegrini/ web archive-Leggilo
The former swimming champion has opened up about her relationship with the idea of having children replying to some fans on Instagram.
“When do you have children?”, “when do you become a mother?”. They are questions that Federico Pellegrini, apparently, no longer wants to hear addressed. The athlete, who in the past few hours many Canale 5 viewers have seen as a guest on C’è posta per Te together with the husband Matteo Giuntashe replied to some fans on Instagram in a question time and, among the questions that appeared, there was precisely the one relating to her motherhood. An apparently indigestible question for her, which has only recently finished his long and glorious career competitive.
Federica Pellegrini and motherhood
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The former swimmer was frank and direct: the children if they arrive well but well even if they don’t arrive. Pellegrini declared: “This is something that is often asked of me, very assiduously. And I’m starting to find it a bit heavy and not so much for the question itself, because the beauty of having children is something like no other in life. But it almost seems that if they didn’t come, if they weren’t there, I should feel less accomplished than I am. No, absolutely no. So if they come, they will come, if they don’t come, fat, but my life will go on anyway“. A stance that is evidently the result of a recent gossip according to which the former swimming champion would be pregnant. At the end of January, several weeklies showed Federica Pellegrini with oversized sweaters and overalls: this would have led to the hypothesis of pregnancy. Hypothesis that, however, seems to be without foundation. And while Federica Pellegrini forcefully claims the right to be one accomplished woman regardless of motherhood– who does not exclude from his life but who does not live as an obligation – in Sanremo we will hear a new mother – the singer Levante – bring a piece on a very hot topic: the postpartum depression