While most residents ' eyes these days is directed towards the tv screen and the next update on coronaudviklingen in Denmark, find two new parents at The Patienthospital and care about each other.
eight weeks ago they became parents for the first time to the son, and the ønskebarnet, Loui, and six weeks ago got 39-year-old Luca Di Mambro found incurable cancer.
- We decided just to have two happy weeks in babyboblen, when we got the news about Lucas's cancer diagnosis, and now we are sitting here and talking about death. It is very surreal, says the 32-year-old mother Chloe Di Mambro to Ekstra Bladet.
Luca Di Mambro comes from Italy, while his wife, Chloe, is from Scotland. The past six years they have lived together in Denmark where they intend to be old. They believe in miracles, she says, for miracles is a must.
- My husband is very strong, but deep down inside we know very well which way it goes. Luca has a great desire to travel home to his family in Italy to die. He would like to have his family around him, but he can't travel because of his health, and his family can't come to Denmark because of coronasituationen, says Chloe Di Mambro.
the Family lives in a red zone in the north of Italy, and not allowed to leave their home, because the country is closed down and has introduced the curfew. And even if they are allowed to leave the country in exceptional cases, they may not come into the hospital, because they can be carriers without knowing it.
the Couple met each other six years ago at a restaurant in Copenhagen, where she was the manager and he chef. Lightning struck down, and the two decided to move out of the city and start their own place and have a family together.
three years ago they were engaged but drømmebrylluppet is dropped. Instead, they decided to be hasteviet in the hospital 13. march.
- We considered getting married at the town hall, but because of the coronasituationen we had to wait several weeks with the paperwork. And none of us knows if we have a few weeks together. So I was baptized down in the hospital's basement, and the day after we were married.
- It was the most surreal I've tried, but it was actually very beautiful. We were just the two of us, our son, my husband's brother and three friends. Luca can't go any more, and he has lost 90 percent of eyesight because the cancer has spread, but the day it was not about the illness, tells Chloe Di Mambro.
the Article continues under the picture...
Luca and Chloe
in the Midst of grief to see their common future crumble, the family has found bright spots in the community where they live.
- two years ago we fell for a place far out in the country in h. miller at the Odsherred region of denmark, which we love, and where we had thought us to be old together. It is close to the water, and so we have worked very hard to start our own place up together, " says Chloe Di Mambro.
Together driver the two the restaurant Nostro h. miller, where you can get Italian delicacies.
- even Though the restaurant is located in the middle of nowhere, we are experiencing the greatest support from our local communities. Not enough with that they are running a half an hour to eat with us, so they have really been there for us in this difficult time. They come and go with our dog, shop for us, and work hard in the restaurant, while we are in the hospital.
- I have never experienced anything similar. The village has really become our family, " says Chloe Di Mambro.
On may fills Luca Di Mambro 40 years, and although he neither can go nor see anything other than shadows, because the cancer has made its entry into his body, the family did not doubt that he should be celebrated with a big party. If he lives so long.
- The last two years we have been working hard around the clock to get our life's work, the restaurant, up and running. We have been working from morning to evening in order to get where we are today, so we have many things to celebrate. The, Luca, our son, Loui, tells Chloe Di Mambro.
- Luca's dream to learn the Loui to cook. We do not give up.