Singer and participant in the Women’s quarter Faith Cecelia shared a touching video where her husband Roman Duda sings a touching lullaby to the unborn baby. The corresponding video appeared on Instagram.
“My favorite lullaby. On those nights when I couldn’t sleep, Roma sang it to me,” he signed the post Faith Cecelia.
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Singer a week ago and told fans she was pregnant with firstborn. Then Faith published a series of delicate photos posing naked with a rounded tummy.
Now the pair have released a short and sweet video on their pages in social networks. Roman sang a lullaby to the accompaniment of guitar and admitted that he wrote it especially for their unborn child.
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⠀ – And let the video for “I go crazy” take off? – Hmm, how long will take… What?! Yes, it’s 5 minutes! ⠀ 40 minutes later Roma has started to go crazy;)… get creative with baby airlines ⠀ hoodie from the incredible @hochusebetakoe 🤍 ⠀ @romandudaofficial 🕊 #of anonimation #mobinestanara
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“I sing a lullaby. Maybe sleep will help,” – he wrote under the post.
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