If in Italy the cradles are empty, then social networks are full of big bellies and babies. In a real country, the birth rate remains at a historic low: 1.25 births per…
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If in Italy the cradles are empty, then social networks are full of big bellies and babies. In the real country, the birth rate remains at an all-time low of 1.25 births per woman, higher only than Spain and Malta. In the country InstagramOn the other hand, having children is trendy, glamorous, attracts followers and filled the summer of 2023 with pink and blue bows (cliche colors still resist). Mothers, pregnant or already acting, are well known by the national siren. Federico Pellegriniactress Miriam Leone, former Miss Rachelle Risity or sports reporter Diletta Leotta (to name but a few), who soon followed Aurora Ramazzotti (whose pregnancy sparked all sorts of social media debates with a lot of grandparents participating). Michelle and Eros) and echo the international baby bigwigs of the time, including Serena Williams and Kourtney Kardashian.
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Showing the body of motherhood is a long won freedom. Nobody forgets pioneer Demi Moore, who shattered the glass ceiling of her tummy in 1991 by showing herself beautifully naked and pregnant on the cover of Vanity Fair. Today, with fertility rates declining across the northern hemisphere (in Europe, even top-of-the-class Ireland and France have begun to show signs of fatigue), the social motherhood of influencers and others is at times a new sign of celebrity challenge. net. First of all, of course, Rihanna, who, as usual, did not allow anyone to dictate the codes: from the revelation of her motherhood on live planetary television during her Super Bowl performance in February to the announcement of the birth of a baby. R: It took place on August 3 and became known only yesterday. In the meantime, she continued to perform and dress her own, wearing neon pink puffer jackets or fully bejeweled bare buttocks. True to her style and Federica Pellegrini, who announced sports maternity the day Australian Molly O’Callaghan broke her 200m freestyle record: “We’ll get it back,” she wrote on her nascent belly in a hilarious Instagram video . , with future father Matteo Giunta (300,000 likes and an avalanche of congratulatory messages for the good news). Instagram announcement also for little Aria, eldest daughter of Diletta Leotta and German goalkeeper Loris Karius: “Welcome Aria, today I am reborn with you, you are the most beautiful gift we could receive.” As mom Chiara Ferragni and dad Fedez taught little Leone and Vittoria, motherhood can become a social epic from the very first ultrasound. In 2023, hundreds of thousands of hearts and reposts were also accumulated by the bumps of the Venetian blogger and model Alice Campello (father: Atletico Madrid striker Alvaro Morata): everything ended well for little Bella, despite the difficult birth. Instead, there will be a second child in the fall for Serena Williams, who revealed her pregnancy at the Met Gala and advertised the baby’s gender at a “gender reveal party” duly documented by photos shared by her 16.9 million followers. The fuchsia bikini glamorous hottie is also for Kourtney Kardashian: the powerhouse and entrepreneur with 210 million followers is now a social media savvy mom and expecting her fourth child.