Sunday June 5, 2022, Nabilla gave birth to her second child. On a small cloud, it was after revealing the face of Milann’s little brother that she shared an impressive photo.
A day that will forever be etched in his memory… Sunday, June 5, 2022, Nabilla gave birth to her second child, in Paris. On Instagram, it was by sharing a snapshot taken at the maternity ward that the pretty brunette announced the good news. On this one, the influencer displays a broad smile while her husband, Thomas Vergara, kisses her on the forehead. In love, the couple each has a hand on their baby. “Finally among us! Leyann 05/06/2022“, she wrote in the caption. In the comments section, Iris Mittenaere wrote: “Congratulations my darling! Can’t wait to meet Leyann!“The companion of Miss France 2016 shared on his side:”You are a factory!!! Well done parents!“Finally, Lena Mahfouf shared about her: “Congratulations babes! I can’t wait to meet this little being of love!“
Monday, June 6, 2022, Nabilla shared in story a photo of her cesarean delivery. On this one, the young mother discovers her baby for the first time. In the caption, it is with emotion that she wrote: “My happiness is immense, I am on a small cloud.“Monday, May 30, 2022, on Snapchat, Thomas Vergara’s wife explained why she was not going to give birth to her child vaginally. “The first time (she gave birth, editor’s note), I had complications, it left me with a bad experience. That’s why I scheduled the caesarean section. But at this stage, I can give birth before. I feel it won’t be long“, she had declared.
Nabilla’s revelations about her first caesarean section
Two and a half years earlier, Nabilla had already had a caesarean section for the birth of Milann, on October 11, 2019. Ten days after giving birth, it was on Snapchat that she revealed: “The baby is doing great. Me, I’m getting better and better. The caesarean is still an operation. The scar pulls me a little, it hurts me a little. My back hurts, but when I look at my son, I forget everything.“When she wanted to give birth vaginally, she had slipped:”It was a bit of a shock for me, but it’s better, in my head and in my body.“
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