‘A strong blow’: Gianluca Vacchi reveals his baby was born with this common defect
Gianluca Vacchi and his friend Sharon Fonseca are overjoyed with the birth of their daughter Blu.
The 53-year-old connoisseur documented the 25-year-old's pregnancy and even published videos in which they danced in the hospital during their labor.
The couple recently revealed in an interview with Hola that there was a slight complication with the baby: Blu was born with a cleft palate.
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The Italian magnate, who owns a mega mansion in Miami Beach, admitted that it was a "blow to both of us" to see the birth defect.
A cleft palate occurs in the uterus when the tissues in the roof of the mouth fail to join. It's a pretty common problem: approximately one 1,700 babies in the United States are born with cleft palates, according to the CDC.
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The girl will have corrective surgery to tighten the muscles in her mouth.
"The doctors told us that once the problem was fixed, she could lead a completely normal life."
Vacchi also said they will try to help others with the disease and plan to get involved in organizations like Operation Smile.
"Thank god she looks more like her mother," he joked.
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