Yvonne Catterfeld (42) and Oliver Wnuk (45) celebrated Christmas together with their son Charlie (7) but no longer as a couple. Under a photo of the two on Instagram, she wrote on December 25: “Why do you usually talk about the failure of a relationship when you could also say that you had a wonderful time together that is now over in this way. “
You can see how big her son has grown in the video above.
Yvonne Catterfeld: “Sometimes it’s not just important to let go, sometimes it’s also important to hold on.”
Now the singer is back with the new song “Let You Go” and the reference to the separation from her partner after 14 years of relationship is obvious. “Sometimes it’s not just important to let go, sometimes it’s also important to hold on: to ideas, our belief in what we are able to do,” she writes under the post and continues: “I love how deep, emotional and the loving statements that are in it, although it is about letting go, which is never easy…”
Yvonne Catterfeld: “For many, a new year also means upheaval or an opportunity for something new.”
The song premieres on YouTube on Sunday – a foretaste of their upcoming tour in May. Five concerts in four major German cities are currently planned. The title of her new album “Change”, which was released in December, reveals that a lot will change in the artist’s life. Appropriately for the turn of the year, she wrote a few days ago: “For many, a new year also means upheaval or a chance for something new. Many plan to change things. Is it time to make a change? If so, listen to my album, it will encourage you, empower you, challenge you and push you forward with cool beats.”
You can see in the video that Yvonne’s good looks are in her genes.