He talks about his parents’ divorce
Elias Becker speaks in an interview about his relationship with Papa Boris, his childhood and his parents’ divorce, which he said was “the best”.
Elias Becker, 22, is after Noah, 27, the second son of Barbara, 54, Boris Becker, 53. After his parents separated in 2000, Elias and his brother grew up with Mama Barbara in Florida.
Elias is now a popular model. It has already run for luxury labels such as Dolce & Gabbana, among others. Now he not only graces the December cover of “Tatler”, but has also been named one of the “most sought-after people in Great Britain” by the British magazine. On this occasion, Elias Becker also speaks about his past and the divorce of his parents.
Elias Becker on his parents’ divorce: “It was the best”
Elias was only one year old when his parents separated. In retrospect, however, he could understand the reasons for the divorce. “I understand that people have their own feelings and needs, and sometimes they no longer meet these needs … It was probably for the best,” he told Tatler. In addition, his father “spent a lot of time with us” even after the divorce.
Elias points out that he had a “great childhood” but also remembers how his father’s fans interrupted family outings to bombard them with photos. But Boris and Barbara would have taught him to deal with it. “I learned from my parents not to get upset about something like this,” he explains. “People just do it that way. They appreciate you because you’ve achieved great things and they are inspired by you. I always see that as something positive.”
Elias got the spirituality from Mama Barbara
Elias is extremely spiritual, he knows about manifestation meditation and talks about the importance of connecting to the electricity of the earth. “There is electricity in our bodies and there is electricity on earth,” he explains. When we walk barefoot, “we take the electricity of the earth and connect it to our own”.
He also reveals that he got his interest in spirituality from his mother. He grew up with meditation and yoga. “And my father taught me how to be focused and disciplined,” he enthuses.
Source used: tatler.com, instagram.com