Comedian posts Mother’s Day greetings with a little bang

Oliver Pocher has a thing against influencers marketing their kids.Image: dpa/Ole Spata

Traditionally, Mother’s Day is celebrated in Germany and some other countries on the second Sunday in May. Mother’s Day is a day honoring mothers and motherhood and has spread to the Western world since the United States in 1914. This year, the holiday falls on May 8.

Of course, many celebrities do not miss the opportunity to celebrate this day through social networks and dedicate words of love to their mothers, the mothers of their children or to other women on Instagram. Oliver Pocher also used the image and video platform to sing the praises of the mothers of his five children. However, the comedian could not resist a blow.

Rare sight: Oliver Pocher with the five children and the two mothers

Oliver Pocher has been married to his wife Amira since 2019. Together they have two sons who were born in 2019 and 2020. Before his marriage to Amira, he had already married once. In 2010, he married Sandy Meyer-Wölden. Their daughter was born the same year, followed by twins in 2011. Two years later, they announced their separation.

In the meantime, Oli, Amira and Sandy form a happy blended family with their five children. This is also evident from the fact that Oliver dedicated his Mother’s Day wishes not only to his current wife, but also to his ex-wife. He wrote of two photos that show him once with Amira and her sons and once with Sandy and their children:

“Happy Mother’s Day, you awesome moms! You are the ones who make our children the awesome people (hopefully) who will later raise their children with the important values ​​of this life! Without you, we would be in a fix .”

He jokingly added, that you can also achieve this on your own YouTube channel or your own TikTok Instagram account. It’s no secret that Pocher has a thing against influencers and celebrities showing off their kids online.

On the one hand, he and his wife Amira criticize the marketing of children in general, but on the other hand, they have repeatedly pointed out the possible dangers in this regard in the past. After all, photos can quickly fall into the wrong hands.

Oliver Pocher was able to move many fans with his post. His disciples celebrated one fact in particular: that he thought of the mothers of his two children. In this context, a user also praised: “A rare sight, but I think the best thing is that you, Amira and Sandy ‘work’ so well together. The kids will thank you.” And another found: “You’re just a kind-hearted person and you’re a great family.”

Amira Pocher also wished all moms and future moms a happy Mother’s Day. Apparently, the 29-year-old still has to get used to the fact that she herself is celebrated on this day. “It’s been affecting me too lately. It is not yet so present for me, because my children are still a little too small.”she said in her Instagram story.

(Swiss)

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