Chiara Ferragni, Fedez, Leone and Vittoria are back in a new trailer for the second season of the docuseries The Ferragnez, which anticipates what we will see on Prime Video from May 18: the daily life of a family that (also) faces the difficulty of the disease.
The Ferragnez 2: it trailer
A new trailer has been released that anticipates the second season of the docuseries which sees the “Italian royal family” as the protagonist: we are talking about Fedez, Chiara Ferragni, Leone and Vittoria, who together are the “Ferragnez” family. The series is available on Prime Video, while the second season will be released on May 18: the protagonists will tell each other without filters in their daily lives, work, family life and all the challenges – beautiful and less beautiful – of life.
Fedez’s illness will also be told
From the images of the trailer, it is clear that the intention of the series is to fearlessly tell even the most personal and intimate sides of the life of the Ferragnez. Between joys, difficulties, satisfactions and new adventures, the cameras will not turn off even in the face of Fedez’s diagnosis of pancreatic cancer: in the trailer, we see him in some very intense moments, from the discovery up to the moment of the operation and the confrontation with a therapist to work out what Fedez calls “the hypothesis of dying”.
Fedez and the second operation
While the trailer for the second season of the Ferragnez was making the rounds on social media, Fedez in his Instagram stories wanted to tell his followers about a second operation he underwent following the first pancreatic cancer removal: “I didn’t tell you, but I had to have part of the scar on my stomach reopened. During the operation I had stitches open and I had holes on my stomach. I got it fixed and today I’m removing the stitches, I’ll finally have a nice scar, a stuff aesthetic”. Fedez went back to talking about his illness, reassuring that he’s fine now: “I live absolutely fine today, even if I still have gastric and digestive problems. My pancreas, or rather what’s left of it, no longer produces enough enzymes and I have to take them before eating”.