Karlie Kloss She has become a mother for the second time. 30 year old model and her businessman husband Joshua KushnerThe 38-year-old welcomed their second child together. According to Joshua, the couple already has a two-year-old son, Levi, and the new baby was born on July 11.
He shared the picture of the baby in a blue cap and wrote on Instagram with an emoji: “Welcome to the world 7.11.2”.
The news surprised even friends of the couple who took to the comments section of Kushner’s publication to congratulate them.
Kim Kardashian commented: She commented: “Congratulations!!!! (heart emoji)”.
Actress Kate Hudson wrote, “Welcome!!!”.
Talent manager Guy Oseary posted: “Congratulations and lots of love from the Oseary family.”
Actress Gwyneth Paltrow and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg also commented with heart emojis.
He did not reveal any further details about the birth or name of the new Kloss-Kushner family member.
It was in May when model Karlie Kloss announced her second pregnancy on the Met Gala red carpet. The news was closely watched, and Kloss thought it was the best time to make the joyous reveal when she arrived at the ceremony with her husband, Joshua Kushner.
When the reporter of “Vogue” magazine was surprised by the big belly of the model, she said: “This is the first time I am sharing my news.”
She and Joshua are already parents to a boy, Levi, who was born in March 2021. They are getting married since 2018.
In the comments section of photos Karlie shared on Instagram, Katy Perry celebrated the news: “I love you so much”.
Mark Zuckerberg was also happy: “So happy for you and Josh! You both are great parents and the world is lucky to have more children.
Gwyneth Paltrow also commented: “I can’t be with you”, she said with an emotional emoji.
In a recent interview with Vogue, Karlie Kloss defended her conversion to Judaism and said she didn’t make the decision lightly. The model changed her faith after marrying businessman Josh Kushner in 2018, and insists that although some may see her decision as “weak,” she feels “strong.”
“Changing part of who you are for someone else can be considered weak. But you know what? In fact, if you’ve been through what I’ve experienced, it requires you to be anything but weak. It requires me to be strong, kind to myself and resilient,” he said.
The former Victoria’s Secret star revealed she still feels like a “strong, independent woman.” She emphasizes that it took many years of research and consideration before she made the decision.
“Just loving Josh and making this decision for him was not enough. This is my life and I am an independent and strong woman. It was only after many years of study and conversations with my family and friends that I decided to fully embrace Judaism in my life and plan a future with the man I chose to marry.
Reflecting on Shabbat – a day of rest every Friday from sunset until dusk on Saturday, which requires disconnecting from the digital world – Klaus said it has managed to ‘reconnect with the real world’ .
“Some people find stability through meditation. Some people find these through exercise. And to each and every one of them, but for me, Shabbat has brought so much meaning to my life. It helps me reconnect with the real world.
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