Halsey said she was open to announcing her pregnancy at the height of her career, “treated like a teenage mother” and “embarrassing” for being young and unmarried.
Last month, the singer, who welcomed her first child, Ender Ridley Aydin, spoke openly with her boyfriend Alev Aydin about her journey to parenthood. Interview with Zane Lowe on Apple Music’s New Music Daily 1.
“I was 26 and I worked hard for this pregnancy. I am financially independent and my career is quite advanced. I think now is the right time to do that,” Halsey said. Say. In March, the person who revealed that her/they were synonymous with her hopes.
What? Halsey, 26, is open to being “embarrassing” when she becomes pregnant with her newborn Ender Ridley Aydin.
Hard to handle: Halsey, who gave birth last month, said she was “treated like a teenage mom” for being young and unmarried despite her planned pregnancy.
However, Halsey said her decision to start a family in a busy career, despite the planned pregnancy, somehow made her irresponsible.
“I was often treated like a teenage mom, you know what I mean? People say, “What the hell, you’re so young and you do in your career. There are so many things, you’re not married and you’re this,” she recalled.
“And it’s caused all these embarrassing feelings since I was young. It’s “How do you have an opinion, do I have such an opinion to make this decision? It caused a lot of old embarrassment.
In “Turn Over,” Halsey pointed out that people are more likely to say if she’s focused on her career and taking too long to have a baby.
Can’t win: Halsey said if it took too long to give birth to a baby, people would have said she was “overworked” and “had no family.”
Ughh: Halsey also claimed that he missed the opportunity to promote his new album because of his pregnancy.
“But,” she worked too hard and had no family. She would die alone. She was so absorbed in her work that she couldn’t find anyone. Too bad she doesn’t have kids. Her career is that I don’t hug her at night,” she explained.
‘Okay. So nothing. So f***’ day and I was like, I’m gonna do what I wanna do. you know what I mean? I thought this was important to me. “
Halsey told Rowe she missed the opportunity to promote her new album because of her frustrating pregnancy as an artist.
“We tried to make the cover of the magazine based on the release of the album, but she explained, ‘Yeah, but is she pregnant? Because she doesn’t want to make a maternity cover-up. ” ..
Special Day: Halsey welcomed her first child, Ender, with boyfriend Aleb Aidin on July 14
Happiness: “I can’t think of anything that could make this moment of my life better,” Halsey said had an end.
“And I was like, ‘It’s not maternity cover. It’s about my album, I’m just pregnant. And they’re like, “No, it’s a pregnant cover.” And I thought, “Can’t you talk about the album?”
Halsey was candid about having a miscarriage during the 2015 performance and was open to fighting endometriosis — a painful condition that occurs when the tissues that normally line the uterus grow in other parts of the body.
In an interview with Rowe, a wicked love singer revealed that the abuse she suffered during her pregnancy was worth it, saying she’s been “full of gratitude” since Ender’s birth on July 14. rice field.
“I can’t think of anything that could make this moment in my life better,” she said in an interview.
Shine: Halsey attended the screening of their film in Los Angeles If I Can’t Have Love I Want Power on Wednesday, 5 weeks after giving birth
Facials of Love: New Parents Halsey and Aydin Make Their Red Carpet Debut at a Special Event
Just a week before Halsey gave birth, she released a cover for her latest album. In this album, one breast is completely bare and the baby sits on a golden throne on his lap.
The cover is modeled after the famous oil painting “Virgin and Child” by Jean Fouquet. She wanted to blame the breastfeeding and the postpartum body.
“This image is my way of regaining my autonomy and establishing my pride and strength as human vitality,” she wrote on Instagram.
“The image on this cover celebrates the pregnant and postpartum body as beautiful. We still have a long way to go to eradicate the social stigma of the body and breastfeeding. I hope it’s a step in the right direction! “
Halsey, 26, says she was “embarrassed” to conceive while unmarried.