Gunilla Persson’s daughter Erika has grown up and turned 20 years old. Erika grew up together with her mother and in recent years grandmother Iris is also present.
Now Erika tells us what it was like not to have a father in the picture.
Erika Persson20, is the daughter of Swedish Hollywood wives– the star Gunilla Persson63. Gunilla has been in all seasons of Swedish Hollywood wives and before that she was also in Swedish New York wives.
Over the years we have also seen Erika in the show and at home in Sweden she has been nationally known ever since. When Erika recently visited Bianca Ingrosso28, talk show .
One thing that is certain is that Gunilla and Erika have a very nice mother and daughter relationship and when they have time together they like to watch movies and cozy up in front of the open fire, Erika tells Hänt.
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But who Erika’s father is is something that has been kept a secret all these years and will remain a secret.
Gunilla was previously married to Stephen Linvillebut the marriage ended in 1990. In 2002, daughter Erika was born and Gunilla has raised her on her own over the years.
In an interview with NorwegianGunilla reveals the reason why she never talks about Erika’s father.
– It’s an agreement, you could say, that I must keep quiet about certain things. It’s out of consideration for Erika, Gunilla said then.
Erika Persson about growing up without her father
Gunilla only became a mother when she was 43 years old and in the interview she is asked if it was a conscious choice to have children later in life.
– Not at all. I wanted to have children, but not with the wrong man. Then all of a sudden there was a rush. If I wanted a child, I had to act. And I did, Gunilla explained in the interview.
When Hänt reaches Erika, we get into the fact that she grew up without her father and how it has been for her.
– It’s been great, I mean I love my mother and she’s such a great parent. So I think it has worked very well, says Erika to Hänt.
PHOTO: Thomas Engström/EXP/TT, Karin Törnblom/TT
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