Vianney papa: his revelations about this “upheaval”

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Vianney spoke about the changes that fatherhood has brought about in his life. The singer talks about the many changes since his son Edgar was born in 2021.

Before I was never afraid, then I became a parent. I’m afraid of the future, not mine but theirs “. These words are taken from “Now”, the song by Vianney in collaboration with Renaud, which appears on the album “A 2 à 3”.

As if he were talking about it to a friend, Vianney reveals his feelings about the arrival of little Edgar in his life, two years ago. Although having experienced parenthood with his daughter-in-law, for whom the singer had also written “Beau-papa”, Edgar is the artist’s first child, and he fundamentally changed his life.

“Transmitting life is an upheaval”

As mentioned in his song “Now”, the singer’s fatherhood has developed new feelings in him. Questioned by the Sunday newspaperon November 26, the interpreter of “I’m going away” spoke about his relationship with parenthood: “ Being a parent is transformative. Transmitting life is an upheaval “.

In the columns of this same media, Vianney explains his new concerns: “Our belly button is no longer in the same place. Before having a child, I was convinced that I was focused on the common good. Well, no, I still lived a lot for myself “.

Vianney is this year’s sponsor of the Telethon, a decision which is also rooted in his personal history.


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