In March, Janina Uhse announced her pregnancy via Instagram. Your baby ball is already clearly recognizable at that time. Now the former GZSZ actress announces the birth of her first child.
Janina Uhse has become a mother for the first time. The ex-GZSZ actress and food blogger announced this on Instagram. There, she shared a photo that shows her newborn's hand clasping her index finger.
"And then you came, little heartbreaker," writes the new mother, who has been married since 2019. She also raves about her new everyday life: "It's wonderful how you've been merging day and night for a week now and so everything else is just secondary." The sex of the baby is not clear from the post. However, the phrase "little heartthrob" suggests it could be a boy.
In the comments there are countless congratulations from former series and TV colleagues. "Congratulations! Only the best for you three!" Writes GZSZ actress Chryssanthi Kavazi. "Overwhelmingly beautiful. Love you!" Iris Mareike Steen enthuses. The GSZS stars Thomas Drechsel and Eva Mona Rodekirchen also commented on the post with heart emojis. "How wonderful, dear Uhsi! Congratulations and cozy groove," writes "Gala" presenter Annika Lau. Lena Gercke says: "The most beautiful!"
The 32-year-old only announced her pregnancy in March. Referring to the corona pandemic and the Ukraine war, she wrote on Instagram: "At a time when there seems to be more darkness than light, hope is needed - even the small, personal one. The world will and must continue to turn and can only have a chance of healing." She rejects the alternative of "burying yourself and surrendering to fate". "So you have nothing to oppose the darkness," writes the actress. And she adds: "I will do my best to instill these values in my child. Values that are needed for a free spirit in a free world - to preserve and protect them."
Janina Uhse became known in 2008 through the series GZSZ, in which she played the role of Jasmin Nowak. In 2016 she left the RTL series and has since been posting recipes on social media for her project "Janina and Food".