“Wedding at first sight”: Melissa discovers bulge – “It looks so pregnant”

“At First Sight” star Melissa
“That looks so pregnant”

“Wedding at first sight” participant Melissa became a mother in December.

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The TV news in the GALA ticker: “Wedding at first sight” candidate Melissa shows her after-baby body +++ “ZDF TV garden”: The live audience is coming back

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June 1, 2021

“Wedding at first sight” -Melissa “looks so pregnant”

In December 2020, the birth of their first child crowned the love of the two “wedding at first sight” candidates Melissa, 28, and Philipp. Since then, the little bundle of joy has kept the life of the couple, who tied the knot in 2019, on their toes. There is not much time left for sport, as the new mother finds out when trying on a tube dress. “Today I dared to wear a tighter dress and I would say I really need to do some abdominal training,” she concluded while filming herself in the mirror for her Instagram story. “I pull it in a lot, because if I didn’t move it in, it would look like this,” she explains and shows herself in profile. She doesn’t like the barely visible bulge under the summer dress. “It looks so pregnant. Therefore, posture, pull in your stomach and then it works.”

The TV star is sharply criticized only five months after the birth of his first child, but tries to see it calmly. “Oh well, the good old after-baby body,” sighs Melissa. Their fans are less critical. They regularly comment on the young mother’s posts with enthusiastic news that she is “mega photogenic” or “Hübschi”, among other things.

Melissa shows off her after-baby body in a tight tube dress.

Melissa shows off her after-baby body in a tight tube dress.

© instagram.com/melissa_aufdenerstenblick

May 31, 2021

“ZDF-Fernsehgarten”: The live audience is coming back

Great news for all fans of the “ZDF television garden”: Finally, viewers can sit live in the audience again. The presenter Andera Kiewel, 55, announced in the latest issue: “This is the last ‘TV garden’ without an audience. You will be back!” The past recordings were made without a live audience due to the corona pandemic.

But if you want to be part of one of the upcoming programs, you have to be quick and of course stick to a few rules. Unlike in the past, there are currently no 6000 viewers in the television garden, but a significantly lower number, which is why the dates on June 6th and 13th, 2021 are already fully booked. On the day of the broadcast, all viewers must present proof of a negative test result for a corona infection that is not older than 24 hours, has been fully vaccinated or has completely cured an infection.

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