“Crying with happiness”: Annemarie Eilfeld is expecting her first baby

“Crying from Happiness”
Annemarie Eilfeld is expecting her first baby

The chances of Annemarie Eilfeld getting pregnant naturally were slim. But now the former DSDS singer announces happy news: she is expecting her first child with her boyfriend Tim Sandt.

Pop singer Annemarie Eilfeld and her boyfriend Tim Sandt are expecting offspring. “During a routine examination, we noticed during the ultrasound that I was in the sixth week. I cried, laughed and screamed with happiness,” she tells the “Bild” newspaper. “I then gave Tim a book for expectant dads and put the ultrasound image in it,” Eilfeld continues. “He was super happy too!”

But that’s not all, the native of Saxony-Anhalt, who became known through the casting show “Deutschland sucht den Superstar” (DSDS) in 2009, makes no secret of the fact that the path to baby happiness was not easy. “According to my gynecologists, my chances of getting pregnant naturally were 25 percent. That took the wind out of our sails and frustrated me personally,” she told the newspaper.

When answering fan questions, she became even clearer in her Instagram stories. When asked how she noticed that she had the hormone disorder PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome), Eilfeld wrote: “I had an irregular cycle, bad skin and could no longer maintain my weight despite exercise and intermittent fasting,” says the artist . Ultrasound examinations and blood tests would have shown it “clearly”.

In the same question and answer block, she also reveals how she is currently doing. “It’s all good, I go to the gym and sauna diligently, write/compose new songs (for myself and others) and do everything that’s good for me,” says Eilfeld.

When asked if she was really pregnant, the expectant mother then posted a photo of her clearly recognizable baby bump. She jokes: “Either that, or I’ve been eating too much in the last 24 weeks.” So it should already be in the sixth month. Annemarie Eilfeld and Tim Sandt have been a couple for five years.