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The Princess Charlène, Beatrice Borromeo, Charlotte Casiraghi, Alexandra de Hanover, Pauline Ducruet ... The princely family of Monaco was worthily represented during This Parisian fashion week. © supplied by Paris Match End Clap for Paris Fashion Week dedicated to the Spring-summer 2023 collections. Ten days, parades and celebrities took the capital.
In June, the Dresden actress Stephanie Stumpph became a mother for the first time. How she gets work and family under one roof. © dpa Stephanie Stumpph, actress, became a mother in June. © dpa
Dresden. Maternity has also changed the view of her work with actress Stephanie Stumph ("The Alte", "Stubbe"). "I primarily benefit from the serenity that you get successful towards," she said. "Such a small being puts a lot into perspective and shows you what is really important: eating, sleeping and a lot of love."
The 38-year-old, who got her first child in June, gets the job and family well under one roof. "It's all a question of the organization." Without the people in their family and friends, it would be impossible. "The people around me all have a very big heart, so I am crazy." So Stumpph was back in front of the camera very quickly after the birth of her son. In the meantime he has already seen some film sets "and enjoys the many faces", as she reported.
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Your mother also looked after him during the recording of the ZDF adventure concert in the Dresden Frauenkirche, which is moderated for the third time and broadcast this Sunday (5:55 p.m.).
Solists such as the soprano Diana Damrau and Tenor Mauro Peter present, accompanied by the Saxon State Chapel and the Choir of the Saxon State Opera, works by Handel, Reger and Mozart - and Christmas songs from Germany, France, the Netherlands, Switzerland and the Ukraine. (dpa)
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Stephanie Stumpph: Wolfgang Stumpph is looking forward to the holidays with his grandson .
She still hovers in the seventh baby heaven. In mid -June, actress Stephanie Stumpph (38) proudly announced on social media that she became a mother for the first time. At the time, she wrote about the birth of her little son Anton: "You have already looked at the world for a few days, little man, and we are completely in love with you." © Getty Images Stephanie & Wolfgang Stumph The "Stubbe-from case to case" actress is now fully employed again, but she is particularly supported by her mother