Léo Dias Mendonça Huff Biography and Wiki
Léo Dias Mendonça Huff is a celebrity kid famously known for being the son of the late pop singer Marília Mendonça. He was born on December 16, 2019 (age 2) in Brazil.
Léo Dias Mendonça Huff Idade (Age)
Léo is 2 years old as of 2021, he was born on December 16, 2019, in Brazil. He celebrates his birthday every year on December 16 and his birth sign is Sagittarius.
Léo Dias Mendonça Huff Parents
Marlia Dias Mendonça was a Brazilian singer and songwriter who lived from July 22, 1995, to November 5, 2021.
Mendonça rose to notoriety after releasing her eponymous debut EP in 2015, but it wasn’t until 2016 that she released her first eponymous live album, which achieved a triple platinum certification for the 240,000 copies sold. The album’s song “Infiel” became one of the most popular in Brazil and was awarded a triple diamond disc designation, earning Mendonça national recognition. Realidade, her second album, was published in 2017 and was nominated for a Latin Grammy in the Best Sertaneja Music Album category.
In 2019, she published the album Todos os Cantos, which was inspired by the singer’s live performances in all of the country’s capitals. For the 240,000 copies sold, the record was certified triple platinum, and she won the Latin Grammy Award for Best Sertaneja Music Album.
Marlia Dias Mendonça Husband
Mendonça began dating businessman Yugnir ngelo in March 2015, and the two became engaged in December 2016.
In August 2017, she ended the relationship, claiming she was too young for such a commitment. She claimed in May 2019 that she has been in a committed relationship with fellow singer and songwriter Murilo Huff for five months after maintaining casual partnerships.
After getting engaged, the pair decided to live together. She announced her pregnancy in June of that year, and gave birth to her son Léo, eight weeks preterm, on December 16, 2019, in Goiânia, through regular labor.
Marlia Dias Mendonça Death
Mendonça boarded an air taxi with four other passengers on November 5, 2021, bound for Caratinga, Minas Gerais, Brazil, where she was scheduled to play at a local concert.
Mendonça, her uncle (who was also her manager), her producer, and two crew members were killed when the plane crashed. Shortly later, all five deaths were confirmed on TV Globo’s live coverage.