Mathieu’s baby project (Love is in the meadow season 15) comes to fruition a little more day after day, to his greatest happiness, although bringing his share of worries. Alexandre’s ex-husband, who has continued his obstacle course alone to become a solo dad since his divorce, thanks to surrogacy, is preparing to soon welcome a little one into his life. The surrogate mother, originally from Colombia, however recently had health problems. Enough to make the former bull breeder anxious, who never fails to inform his fans of the progress of the pregnancy.
Tuesday, December 5, Mathieu therefore reflected, in his Instagram story, on the hospitalization of the woman who will give life to his child, who had had significant nausea at the end of November. “For those who skipped the story, Ame [le prénom de la mère porteuse, NDLR] and the baby are fine… but total rest”, he wrote in his post. As a reminder, after announcing that she was not in the best of form, Alexandre’s ex-companion had fortunately emphasized that there was no no risk for the pregnancy, and that he was present as best he could, from a distance, to reassure the Colombian.
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A baby already very loved by his future dad
From now on, all we have to do is wait until Mathieu can finally discover the sweet face of his baby. This should be born at the end of the first half of 2024. Very enthusiastic at the idea of discovering the joys of fatherhood, the ex-farmer star of the show Love is in the meadow had indicated, last September, that he felt “already dad in [s]we body” and that he felt a “new sensation that develops day after day in [lui]” which was simply love. Even if he has not yet been able to see his child, Mathieu specified, on November 23, that he “love it[ait] already so strong.” And because he has it in his skin, in the literal sense, he decided to have a fetus inked at his ribs, surrounded by several imposing red roses.
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