Some of the first days after I came home, I was a little outside myself. I had no appetite and that bothered me. My mother remarked that she noticed I had moments of lifelessness, but reassured me that this was entirely normal.”
She adds, “One moment, tremendous happiness; the next, fatigue sets in, and I cried for no reason, and then that took care of itself. It’s for things like that after having a baby that mothers really need emotional support.”
The singer also says she’s always tired stating, “I am changing nappies and breastfeeding and that’s something where no one can take my place – it’s tiring but an intense joy.”
Also raising 9-year-old son René-Charles, there’s no time for herself.
She says, “In reality, I’ve had almost no time getting a shower and feeding myself. My preoccupation has been eating sensibly. My only worry has been to be able to open and close [my tops] quickly for breastfeeding. It’s been out of the question to even wear a blouse!”