Children are the future and a reminder that the gift of life should always be celebrated. And in recent weeks two of Iceland’s most popular ESC stars — the leather-wearing acrobat Klemens Hannigan from Hatari and Eurovision 2009 runner-up Yohanna — became parents for the second time. Congrats, amazing, well done!
On June 25th Klemens Hannigan — the angelic voice from Hatari’s Eurovision 2019 act Hatari — became a father for the second time. His long-time girlfriend Ronja Mogensen gave birth to a gorgeous baby girl in their home with no one present except for Klemens.
As you pick up your jaw from the floor, please note that giving birth in a bathtub at home is nothing compared to Ronja flying all the way to Tel Aviv to support her man whilst on her last trimester of pregnancy. You go girl! I’ve been there and the last trimester isn’t exactly the most pleasant of times.
Klemens is, of course, beside himself with joy. He posted a beautiful photo on Instagram, saying: “Welcome to the world, little mouse. So proud of all my three women. They’re heros!” This little girl is a welcome addition to the family and we just bet that uncle Matthías can’t wait to spoil her and her two-year-old big sister in the years to come with presents and unlimited hugs.
Yohanna’s big day
Yohanna raised a few eyebrows this winter when she posed in a Hatari outfit, heavily pregnant, to express her support for them. It was an amazing photo. And now we can all see the little guy who was part of it — her second child, an adorable little boy, who came into the world on June 19th.
She and her husband Davíð Sigurgeirsson announced the birth in a beautiful Instagram post under the caption: “This little prince is finally here, and we could not be happier”.
The couple also shares a daughter who was born in 2015. She can be seen in the photo, caressing her new baby brother. So cute! This is one beautiful family right there, y’all!
Such gorgeous children and two gorgeous sets of parents. We congratulate both families with all our hearts and maybe, just maybe, we will see those kids enter the big stage in the future.