Cathy Hummels: She shares a selfie with her husband Mats

Cathy Hummels
Rare sight: She shares a selfie with Mann Mats

Cathy Hummels

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All the celebrity news of the day in the Brigitte ticker: Cathy Hummels shares a selfie with her husband Mats +++ Charlotte Würdig: With this clever trick, she masters homeschooling.

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January 19, 2021

Rare sight: Cathy Hummels shares a selfie with husband Mats

Finally you can see the couple together again! Cathy, 32, and Mats Hummels, 32, keep their relationship out of the public eye for the most part. Shared couple pictures can be found on their social media accounts. But if it does happen, her fans are all the more happy – like now: Cathy unexpectedly shared a photo on Instagram with her husband Mats.

With disheveled hair and no make-up, Cathy beams into the camera, while Mats lies next to her and smiles with glasses on her face. The 32-year-old wrote about the natural shot: "Good morning – start your day right! Not a perfect photo, but the last selfie (sic) was a long time ago. That's probably why I'm grinning like that." Their enthusiasm was shared by over 15,000 users who pressed the heart button.

Cathy's delight over the snapshot is more than understandable, after all, she had to do without her better half for a long time. First the designer and author was traveling in Dubai on business. Back in Germany, she then had to go into quarantine in Munich. Only then was she allowed to visit Mats in Dortmund, who is on the lawn for BVB in the metropolis on the Rhine.

January 18, 2021

Charlotte Würdig: With this clever trick she masters homeschooling

Charlotte Würdig, 42, gives tips for desperate parents! The nationwide lockdown to contain the corona pandemic is also a test of patience for celebrities. Especially when, like Charlotte Würdig, you have two children at home (4 and 7) because many daycare centers and schools are closed. But the 42-year-old has come up with a few tricks for mastering homeschooling.

For one thing, there is a new structure in your household that affects the kitchen. "There is a note hanging in our kitchen: These are the opening times. From 8.30 am to 9 am – then the kitchen is closed. Then there is again an opening time from 1 pm to 3 pm. We make lunch and so on and so on away. And then there is dinner. And in the meantime nobody has anything to look for in the kitchen, let alone make a wish, "she explains in an interview with RTL.

In addition, the mother of two does not put any pressure on herself to be perfect. "Then there are just a few tasks, not necessarily related to school, but in general, they won't be done today. Then that's the way it is," continues Charlotte.

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