Paloma Faith Is Raising Her Child Gender Neutral

Paloma Faith

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Paloma Faith has revealed that she will be raising her first child gender neutral. The singer, who gave birth to her first child with French artist boyfriend Leyman Lahcine last December, has yet to disclose the sex or name of her baby.

Speaking to the Daily Mirror she explained that she is raising her child without using gender stereotypes. For example, Faith will avoid dressing her child in gender specific colours such as a boy in blue and a girl in pink.

‘I just want them to be who they want to be,’ Faith said while on the red carpet at the Q Awards.

Faith also said that she hopes to add to her family, and continue gender neutral parenting with all her children.

‘I'm loving being a mum. I want two or three kids in all and they'll be gender neutral.’

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Faith has purposely kept her newborn out the spotlight but in December of last year she took to Instagram to share about her ‘difficult labour’ and ‘emergency caesarean.’ She also took the opportunity to thank the NHS staff who supported her through the tricky time.

‘The devotion, kindness, and commitment shown by all of them was second to none and I am humbled by the whole experience.’

Faith’s fourth album, The Architect, is set to go on sale this November.

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