Big Brother’s Rachel Reilly, Brendon Villegas Reveal Newborn’s Name

first_imgVillegas, 40, announced the birth of their son on Wednesday via Twitter. “Thank you for all the well wishes for Rachel and the baby. Rachel and our baby boy are both healthy and doing well. They are recovering at UCLA,” he wrote. “I am sure it will not be too long until Rachel shares some pics, but I will leave that up to our momma warrior. No name as of yet!”The couple — who tied the knot in September 2012 — shared the news in May that they were expecting a second child.- Advertisement – “At one point I was on oxygen and it lasted longer than my birth with Adora,” she explains. “Almost 15 hours he did not want to come out of the womb. Brendon was really supportive and my rock the whole time. He encouraged my breathing and my labor positions and helped me when I didn’t think I could keep going. He was an amazing partner and has been so helpful.”Reilly says her daughter has adjusted to having a younger sibling and has been “so helpful” and “very protective” of her little brother. The reality star admitted that she and Villegas, 40, haven’t been “sleeping at all” with a newborn under their roof, but they’ve loving every minute of it.“Our little Adler is such an amazing addition to our family. We can’t wait to get to know what his personality is going to be like,” she said, adding, “Our hearts couldn’t be more overjoyed and full.”- Advertisement – Introducing the latest addition to the Brenchel family! Rachel Reilly and Brendon Villegas exclusively revealed to Us Weekly the name of their newborn after welcoming their second child earlier this week.Reilly, 36, tells Us that her son’s name is Adler Mateo Villegas, who joins the Big Brother alums’ daughter Adora, 4. The North Carolina native— who gave birth to her infant on Wednesday, November 11 — also detailed her “super hard and scary” labor.- Advertisement – “We have a lot to celebrate this year,” Reilly wrote in a Mother’s Day Instagram post. “As a mom, it’s my day to celebrate Adora & OMG baby #2!! I can’t believe I’m pregnant!”Villegas, for his part, shared a photo of their daughter holding an ultrasound picture. “We’re having another baby and couldn’t be happier,” the California native captioned the picture.Scroll down to see photos of Reilly and Villegas’ newborn son. – Advertisement –last_img read more

German state signs PRI as Frankfurt eyes green finance sector

first_imgHessen’s government wants Frankfurt to become a centre for green financeAt the beginning of 2019, Hessen became the first German province to make it legally binding for the pension reserve fund to invest according to sustainable criteria.Since then companies producing nuclear energy and fossil fuels have “virtually been excluded” from the fund’s universe, Hessen’s government said in the press release.The fund’s investments are managed by the German Bundesbank according to the sustainability criteria set by the province of Hessen.De Nederlandsche Bank, the Netherlands’ central bank and financial regulator, became the first central bank to sign up to the PRI in March this year.Further readingPRI signatories must report climate change risks from 2020 Earlier this year the PRI said it would require its entire book of 2,250 signatories – including asset owners, investment managers and service providers – to report how they have considered specific climate change risks in their portfolios Hessen, which includes the city of Frankfurt, has become the first of Germany’s 16 federal states to sign the UN’s Principles on Responsible Investment (PRI).The state has joined the initiative for its €3.7bn pension reserve fund, which was established in 1999 to build a funded supplementary retirement provision for its civil servants.The region’s minister for economy, Tarek Al-Wazir, noted in a press release that signing the UNPRI was another step towards enhancing Frankfurt’s and Hessen’s standing in green finance.“By now almost all financial locations worldwide have recognised the significance of green finance and the regional government of Hessen wants Frankfurt to take a leading role in this field,” Al-Wazir said. The pension reserve fund has applied an ESG benchmark to its equity investments since 2007.For several years, the fund’s criteria have been sharpened and adjusted to include ecological and social standards, according to a ‘best-in-class’ approach.last_img read more