Construction worker Raymond Roskland, 38, and Reverend Thor Havik, 27, became famous faces when they starred on TV 2 “Farmin” in the fall of 2020.
Since the engagement, the two from Bergen have maintained a good friendship, and Havik on Sunday had the great honor of christening Ruskland’s son, William Hamilton (3).
– It’s good to finally get it done. We’ve been planning this for a couple of years soon, so it’s been great. He was very well, Roskland told Se og Hør after the baptism.
– I think this is probably the fourth time we’ve tried to make an appointment. There were restrictions and so on. So it was a long wait. Finally we adopted William. We had already spoken inside the farm, Havík recalls, that she was very nice.
The baptism took place in the church of Salus, where, as usual, he works as a priest.
– It’s always great to be adopted, it’s so big. It’s nice to be able to do something nice with friends. It becomes a little more personal. Havik adds that it is very good to have the honor of naming baby Raymond and Sydney.
The 38-year-old says that the tone of voice of his son and a friend of “Farmen” is good, and that they visited the priest several times so that they get to know each other. The little boy was affected during baptism.
– It was a very powerful moment when I was giving the sermon, and then I did the role-playing while telling a story. Then I was a blind beggar and sat on the ground. Then William came running towards me and gave me a bottle. He was incredibly kind of him, praising Havik.
According to Roskland, it wasn’t just the two ex-Farmen subscribers who had a great baptismal experience. It seems that the main character William was also enjoying herself,
– He’s three years old, so if he didn’t want to be baptized, he could just turn around and run off the altar again. But instead he ran.
– He thought it was so much fun. He was so cute when he thought it was so much fun, says the proud father.
And even though it’s been over a year since they’ve seen the duo on TV, both can attest that people still get to know them and think it’s fun to see them keep in touch.
– It is strange that even long after “The Farm” the people who saw us on TV come away. It was really fun, says Roskland, while Havik adds:
– There were those who thought it funny to be Raymond’s son, because they followed us when we were on the farm.
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