For Renata and Valentin Lusin, parental happiness will soon be fulfilled. Now it has been revealed whether it will be a boy or a girl.
At one of the gender reveal parties that have recently become very fashionable, the two “Let’s Dance” professionals Renata (36) and Valentin Lusin (36) only found out what gender their baby is. When pink paper finally flew into the air from the confetti cannons that were fired, it was clear: the couple was expecting a girl.
For the expectant mother, her gut feeling was confirmed. She was particularly happy about the fact that her mother Elvira had come from Russia especially for this occasion: “I’m so happy that she is there for us on this important day and supports me, it will be so nice,” she said Dancer.
Serious blows of fate
The two had previously had to endure severe blows of fate – the dancer had suffered three miscarriages. The 36-year-old is all the happier now: “She’s such a strong girl, she’s asserted herself so much, I’m so proud of her.”
At the end of September, the couple announced via RTL that Renata was five months pregnant. At the time, the father-to-be was happy with the words: “I’m so proud of my wife for always staying strong.”
Shortly afterwards, the “Let’s Dance” colleagues congratulated the new member of the “Let’s Dance” family full of anticipation. “Congratulations from the bottom of my heart to my wonderful ‘Let’s Dance’ colleagues Valentin and Renata,” commented Massimo Sinató (43) under the post with the baby news. “Congratulations from me too. Wonderful news,” Ekaterina Leonova (36) also joined in the congratulations.
“Let’s Dance” winner Anna Ermakova (23) also congratulated under the post. With Valentin Lusin as her dance partner at her side, she won the last “Let’s Dance” season.
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