The daughter of Eros Ramazzotti and Michelle Hunziker, posted some images on social media accompanying the shots with a long and important reflection on her body and on the image of herself.
The daughter of Eros and Michelle Hunziker, Aurora Ramazzottisome have posted on social media shots in front of the mirroraccompanying the images with a long and important reflection on her body and on the image of herself.
“Today learned to love my image”the touching words of Aurora Ramazzotti, a few weeks after the birth of the baby Caesar Augustusborn from the great love that has been binding her to for six years Godfrey Cerza.
“At the age of two you begin to recognize your reflection in the mirror and from that moment on, a real relationship begins with that reflective surface, one of the most lasting of your life. When I was a teenager there were days when I imagined a world without that reflection, I spent hours trying to forget mine and entered the bathrooms with my head down to avoid crossing that image. I’m not sure at what point my relationship with it became so complicated, perhaps around when I began to understand that a simple play of light could affect my entire existence.
Everything seemed to be based on that relationship, a fleeting moment capable of upsetting a life, making one forget the true beauty of the soul, bringing sickness and tears and everything and more. I didn’t know, because I hadn’t decided it, it just happened, that a dysfunctional, dangerous relationship was born with that reflected image. Like any relationship of that type, moments of calm serenity alternated with furious fights. Even when everything seemed to be going well, even when I caught myself thinking “it’s changed, this time for real”, it never was, I was sewing colored patches on a ripped jeans. I only realized this after my mistake was in believing that it was by changing that image that I would heal the fragmented relationship. Because it didn’t matter how much I tried to make sure that the light reflected differently on my face, on my belly, on the drawings traced by life on my skin.
“There was something that had to change inside, where no one will ever be able to see. Today the relationship is going swimmingly, today I no longer play at avoiding that reflected image, today I spend a lot of time observing it. It tells me about life, it reminds me where I am been and allows me to imagine where I’ll go. Maybe it won’t be like this forever, but now more than ever I’ve learned to love her. On “bad” days, instead of looking straight at her harshest judges, we punch each other a little and then we go back to caressing each other and I remember that deep down the poor thing can only show me the shell of me, I’m anything but”.