As a mom-to-be, Lena Meyer-Landrut would take it easy, she revealed at the time. “I think I’ll let it all happen and then see how it turns out.” Also in terms of parenting: she has heard the wildest stories from her friends. “They told me: ‘We both had our children and we couldn’t be friends anymore because we raise our children differently,'” she said with wide eyes.
Lena, who describes herself as a “big child fan” in an interview with familie.de, thinks that one could learn from them particularly impartiality. “That would be very nice for us adults. This classic stereotyped thinking and prejudice thinking is something that hardly anyone can get rid of. The more experiences we have, the more blurred our intuition and our impartiality become.”