Four days after the birth of her son, Lou Doillon took over her Instagram account this Saturday, July 30. The singer unveiled a first shot of little Laszlo.
Lou Doillon couldn’t be happier. Twenty years after becoming a mother for the first time, the singer gave birth to her second child on July 26. Two days later, she broke the good news to her followers by posting adorable drawings of her son on her Instagram account. The opportunity for Jane Birkin’s daughter to reveal the original first name she gave to her second son: Laszlo Keats Miller Manel. This Saturday, July 30, Lou Doillon offered a new tender moment to his admirers. From the maternity ward where she gave birth, the artist who still wears her birth bracelet has indeed unveiled the very first photo of her son. We discover him well installed on his back, slippers on his feet, dressed in white pants, a sailor shirt and a blue jacket.
A complete artist, Lou Doillon also took advantage of his son’s early days to indulge in one of his passions: drawing. Also on Instagram, she unveiled a portrait of her son she was breastfeeding. “Saturday morning, feed”she wrote in English on her sheet. Lou Doillon also captured his companion in gray pencil, lying near their baby. Enough to melt internet users! But also the baby’s family. The little Laszlo has indeed joined his big brother, Marlowe, the eldest of Lou Doillon from his relationship with the musician Thomas-John Mitchell, and his big sister, Tess, the daughter of Stéphane Manel. As a reminder, the singer announced that she was expecting her second child on Instagram on March 18 by sharing a video of her baby bump. To accompany this video, the singer shared a poem by Sylvia Plath.
Lou Doillon: this drama lived last year
With Laszlo, Lou Doillon is therefore fulfilled. It must be said that before giving birth to her second child, the singer experienced a tragedy since she suffered a miscarriage in May 2021. “To all the mothers, the mothers of herself, the adoptive mothers, the mothers-in-law, the mothers of their friends, the mothers of their mothers, the mothers who have not become mothers, the mothers who have lost their child(ren) To all the women who carry the world like their child, to all those who mother this planet, she wrote in a heartbreaking Instagram post for the last Mother’s Day. Being a woman, having a body that sometimes fails us, sometimes betrays us, often hurts us because of our periods, our cramps, the menopause, this incredible body that also gives us pleasure. I love you.” She then added: “Last year on Mother’s Day, I was in bed again suffering from a miscarriage, and at 39, I’m pregnant again.”