Israeli popstar Harel Skaat and his partner have welcomed their child, a baby boy, into the world.
Harel Skaat and his partner Idan Roll have welcomed their son, who was born from a surrogate mother in the Hillcrest Medical Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma, the United States. The couple shared a loving picture on their Facebook and Instagram pages, two daddy dragons gently holding their newborn:
Harel Skaat, who represented Israel at the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest, has been a strong voice for LGBT+ rights in his country for many years. Together with Idan, he went through the difficult process of forming a family of his own, either through adoption or a loving surrogate mother. Now they may really start a happy family life.
ESCToday.com wishes Harel, Idan, their son and of course the child’s mother all the best, health, joy, love and luck! Congratulations!
Harel Skaat at Eurovision 2010
Harel Skaat (Kfar Saba, Israel, 1981) is an Israeli singer-songwriter. He represented his country at the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest in Oslo, Norway, with the haunting ballad Milim (Words). He eventually placed 14th in the Grand Final with 71 points.
Harel Skaat and the song’s composer and lyricist, Tomer Adaddi and Noam Horev, subsequently received all three additional Marcel Bezençon Awards for Milim, the Artist Award, Composer Award and Press Award.