Bianca Nappi’s Beautiful Love Story With Her Now Husband Began In Malta

By BhuraPublished on: May 28, 2024 Updated on: May 28, 2024
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In the enchanting Mediterranean setting of Malta, a chance encounter laid the groundwork for a romantic narrative of Italian actress Bianca Nappi with her now husband Davide Brunetti, a prominent manager. It was there the couple first met.

Davide, while not a figure of public fascination like his wife, plays a pivotal role behind the scenes. His career as a manager stands in contrast to the glitzy world of entertainment, providing a foundation of stability in their relationship. Despite his significant achievements, Brunetti prefers to keep the details of his life away from the limelight, focusing instead on his family and professional responsibilities.

The couple’s journey from that first meeting in Malta led to their marriage in May 2021—a month chosen with special significance. Three years prior, it was in May that Bianca discovered she was expecting their son, Romeo. Reflecting on their wedding day, Bianca shared with the magazine Gente that the ceremony was both intimate and poignant, marked by the couple momentarily lowering their masks for a “ritual kiss,” considering the ongoing pandemic. She said,

We chose to get married in May because in the same month, three years earlier, I discovered I was pregnant. I lowered my mask only for the ritual kiss to my husband, but it was still a splendid ceremony.

Bianca Nappi With Her Husband
Bianca Nappi With Her Husband Davide Brunetti

Today, with their son Romeo, who was born in 2018, the couple continue to build their life together. Having been together for so long, the love birds along with their kids share an incredible bond.

She Does Not Believe in Love Despite Being Married

Bianca Nappi’s perspective on love is refreshingly candid and rooted in realism, even as she navigates life as a married woman. In a revealing conversation about her views on romantic relationships, she expressed skepticism towards the traditional notions of love that are often idealized in society and media.

Remarking on the temporary nature of love, she said,

“Which is true while it lasts. That’s what they say, right? Today I want deeds, not words.”

Nappi’s past experiences have led her to set aside what she describes as the ‘sugariness’ of romance, focusing instead on the substantive, demonstrable aspects of a relationship.

“The hard part is maintaining a relationship. Don’t be romantic. I’ve had some crazy disappointments in the past, so I decided to put the ‘sugariness’ aside. It’s easy to say ‘love,’ ‘I love you,’ ‘I wish I was with you.’ Well, don’t tell me, prove it. That’s worth twice as much.”

This outlook might seem at odds with her status as a married woman, but it reveals a deeper understanding of what it means to sustain a relationship over time. For Nappi, being married does not automatically equate to an unwavering belief in romantic love; rather, it is a commitment that must be continually earned.

Her Journey to Motherhood And Connection to Her Child

Nappi’s motherhood journey is marked by a profound premonition—she dreamed of her son’s name, Romeo, when she was just 2 months pregnant. This early bond set the tone for a deeply connected and introspective approach to parenting. She emphasizes the significance of leading by example, rather than just teaching.

 

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She advocates for acknowledging a child’s inherent nature and guiding rather than molding them, which reflects her broader views on the evolving roles of mothers. Traditionally, mothers may have tended to over-pamper, especially sons, reinforcing behaviors without accountability. Bianca is conscious of this and strives for balance—nurturing her son’s self-esteem responsibly. Sharing her views on educating a child, she said,

MORE THAN TEACHING, IT IS THE EXAMPLE THAT IS GIVEN TO THEM THAT WORKS. A PARENT IS NEITHER A PSYCHOLOGIST NOR A PEDAGOGUE: WHEN RAISING CHILDREN, WE TRY MORE THAN TO DO WELL TO MAKE AS FEW MISTAKES AS POSSIBLE. YOU REALIZE THAT A CHILD IS IN ANY CASE DIFFERENT FROM YOU, HE ALREADY HAS HIS OWN NATURE: YOU CAN WORK ON IT BUT IT EXISTS OF ITS OWN. (…) THERE IS A CERTAIN WAY OF BEING A MOTHER TOWARDS THE MALE CHILD THAT LEADS TO HYPER PAMPERING HIM, TO PAMPERING HIM AND TO NURTURE HIS SELF-ESTEEM EVEN WHEN HE IS A PERFECT IMBECILE AND HAS NOT ACTED IN THE RIGHT WAY. THIS TYPE OF MOTHER HAS ALWAYS EXISTED AND PERHAPS WILL STILL EXIST BUT FORTUNATELY IT IS SLOWLY GIVING WAY TO A NEW AWARENESS: SHE IS LESS PRESENT THAN WHEN I WAS A CHILD. (…) FORTUNATELY, SOMETHING IS CHANGING

Similarly, The Life You Wanted actress also talked about the challenges as a mother during the lockdown. According to her, the challenges of motherhood intensified as she balanced her professional commitments with the safety of her child, feeling the strain of separation when work called her away. This period reinforced her belief that true love and essential life priorities become most apparent through the lens of parenthood.

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