She falls and gets up again. Michelle Hunziker (45) deals with strokes of fate and defeats just as openly and publicly as with the highlights of her life. The honesty of her tears and her laughter makes the Swiss presenter a role model for many women.
When Hunziker surprisingly announced the separation from fashion heir Tomaso Trussardi (39) after ten years of relationship at the beginning of the year, a world collapsed for her. “A breakup is always a terrible thing. I felt like I failed. I have to process that first, »she says in an interview with «T-Online». But she is someone “who has problems, deals with them and then gets up again”. She did. There is no war of roses between the ex-couple. They look after their daughters Sole (8) and Celeste (7) together.
A new era is beginning for Michelle Hunziker – with herself
Today Michelle Hunziker has reached a point where she says: “I’m very happy.” She owes this state to her mindfulness and self-love, which has taken a conscious place in her life. She wants to call on women to allow this for themselves. “There are moments in life when you have to say, now it’s my turn.” She, too, goes to bed at night knowing “that I have given love to everyone who is important to me. I took care of everyone. But I would like to take care of myself a bit now, »she says in an interview with «Gala».
She used to think and feel differently. “You always think about what people think of you. Or how your own children react when important things change.” Today she sees many things more clearly, which for her is also the result of her maturing process. “I think we are a generation of women who always have the feeling: I don’t really exist, I have to take care of the others, of children and husband and job.” You feel guilty when you love yourself. It is so important to take time for yourself.
At 45, she sees many things differently: “I don’t have the feeling that I’m old or that life is over, I have the feeling that everything is beginning now! I feel a new era – with myself. With a lot of love and inner freedom. Yes, I feel free.” It’s something you can’t have at a young age. “I wish I had felt this freedom when I was 30.”
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