Meet Joel Orta, Mon Laferte’s boyfriend and father of her first child

Meet Joel Orta, Mon Laferte’s boyfriend and father of her first child
Meet Joel Orta, Mon Laferte’s boyfriend and father of her first child

Norma Monserrat Bustamante Laferte, known artistically as Mon Laferte, was born 38 years ago in Viña del Mar. However, in 2007 she settled in Mexico and continued her musical career from there. Since then, all his songs and records have had to do with the regional music of that country.

There, he met Joel Medium, who is Mexican and works as a guitarist and vocalist for the group Celofán. Not only is he a friend and partner of Mon, but he is her Production Manager. In addition to being an essential part of her musical career, he has also helped her a lot in her facet as a visual artist, accompanying her in the murals she made in Valparaíso and Los Angeles, California.

While there was no exact date that Mon and his partner announced their relationship, since 2019 they began to show themselves together on Instagram, so it follows that their courtship began during the pandemic.

Source: Instagram @joelomx

Mon announced in the last hours that she will be a mother and that her pregnancy has been 10 weeks. “I couldn’t stand it anymore, you can’t run a career and social networks hiding something like this, a tour is coming up and I must be uploading content to networks and it’s difficult for me, I feel different, I have very ugly hair and my weight is a mountain Russian, but the most important thing is that I AM HAPPY! ” wrote in their networks.

Source: Instagram @joelomx

Although he did not clarify that Joel Orta will be the father, everything points to yes since a few days ago he published some photos with him for his anniversary of life. “Happy birthday, i love you ??” The interpreter of ‘Your lack of love’ dedicated to her partner with photographs of both together.

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