The funeral of Laura Valenzuela, the first television presenter in Spain, will have two great absences: her two grandchildren.
The funeral of LauraValenzuela, the first television presenter in Spain, will have two great absences: her two grandchildren. The famous lady on TV will have a last goodbye in which family and friends will be there; however, her two grandchildren will not arrive on time as they are living in the United States.
It will be a very prominent absence, since Valenzuela had a very close relationship with them. Lara Dibildos, the presenter’s only daughter and mother of her grandchildren, decided to move to Valenzuela’s house after her confinement due to the coronavirus pandemic. She was followed in this move by Francisco Murcia, born of the relationship the actress had with former basketball player Fran Murcia, and Álvaro Muñoz, the result of her courtship with the rider Álvaro Muñoz Escassi.
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Therefore, the four of them have shared a house in recent years despite the fact that the eldest has alternated periods in the United States after having studied high school in Philadelphia “Have a good trip, mom. Your grandchildren and I send you a lot of light on your trip and may you you meet dad again. As you told your grandchildren, we love you to infinity and beyond. Always together, “wrote the Madrid woman in an emotional Instagram post.
Fran Murcia, who is 24 years old, currently lives in Los Angeles, on the west coast of the United States, and is focused on training in music production. At 2.03 meters tall, he tried to gain a foothold in the basketball elite and went through the ranks of UCAM Murcia and Ciudad Molina Basket.
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As his mother has recounted, her eldest son has not had an easy life, since he was involved in a legal dispute between his parents when he was a minor. “Few of us know how difficult your life has been and how much you have had to overcome, but you have achieved it and you continue to overcome yourself every day,” Dibildos published to celebrate her son’s 24th birthday.
On the other hand, Álvaro Muñoz, 16, is living in the state of Connecticut, on the east coast, after getting an opportunity to play soccer. Precisely, his parents were with him in New York to be able to accompany him at the beginning of this new stage away from Spain.