Monday, March 26, 2012

Andrea Bocelli And His Girlfriend Have A Baby Girl


If you have never stopped to read about Andrea Bocelli's girlfriend, you really should take a few minutes to do so. Actually, they are engaged so girlfriend is not quite right. She is 28 and he is 53 which is not that big of a deal right? What you might not know is they started dating when she was 18 and he was 43. Oh, and somehow in the ten years since she has also become his manager. Last week she also became a mother as the two welcomed a baby girl.


Get this quote from his girlfriend about how she disciplines Andrea's other children.

"I try not to impose discipline on them. I try to make them love discipline. I try to make them understand that there is only one way." Sounds a little freaky doesn't it?

21 comments:

FrenchGirl said...

congrats!

weezy said...

His ex must be so thrilled. This girl took the same career path Luciano Pavarotti's widow did. This way she gets at least 15% of his estate, whether or not he marries her.

Patty said...

Oh, that sounds like a classic mom line, just re-worded...

"It's my way or the highway."

Of course, being that she is "step mom" it does sound a bit more sinister.

MISCH said...

His other kids are screwed.......

Beth said...

It sounds a little freaky, and that's probably why he likes her.

timebob said...

something sounds lost in the translation so I will give her a pass.

She sure hung in there, good for her.

hunter said...

Isn't he the blind one? That would be cool, he'd never know if you had a booger in your nose or spinach in your teeth!

EmEyeKay said...

@hunter, OMG. You're so silly!

EmEyeKay said...

(add smiley-face emoticon to above comment)

iknowpeople said...

Should the blind one be the one carrying the newborn baby? What if he trips?

Treesap-Covered Lady, the Humanist said...

I'm 28 and I can't fathom dating someone that much older than I am; however, if they've been working long enough to receive their pension and retire you could keep you career and save a butt load on child care....

firebugDVM said...

Not to be mean (ok, kind of) but she looks closer to his age than she does to 28

joymama said...

I agree w/ Timebob, something is lost in the translation.

I didn't have to use discipline or punishments. There are things that are non-negotiable and those had a consequence if there was an issue but for the most part we laid out our expectations and seriously did not have a lot of issues.

farmgirl said...

There is a huge difference between having discipline or developing discipline and actually disciplining.

You are not reading this correctly. I agree with her.

Amartel said...

I'm a little concerned that he's the one steering the pram in this photo!

Popcorn Sutton said...

@firebug - I thought the same thing, but I'm on my phone so I wasn't sure if it was because the picture was so small. Guess not. :-)

AKM said...

I thought the same thing as timebob and joymama - something was lost in translation.

AbderianLaughter said...

yeah agreed with the lost in translation...the wording sounds awkward and seems like it was originally spoken in Italian, or she just doesn't speak english fluently.

Del Riser said...

I agree, something was lost in translation. Maybe she is trying to teach them to love doing the right thing.
Until I hear more I'll let it go.

Congratulations on the baby, lovely bouquet!

RenoBlondee said...

He's carrying an infant car seat, not pushing a stroller. :)

Robin the Mad Photographer said...

OK, I just followed that link, and it was Andrea who said that, not Veronica; he continued by saying that discipline involved dialogue, and you had to talk a lot w/your children, which sounds much better. I don't know what the whole story is about the 2 of them, but I don't think taking quotes out of context and attributing them to the wrong person is a good idea. *looks sternly at Enty*