Enrique Iglesias has broken the silence after that last Friday we met the sad news of the death of his stepfather Carlos Falcó, who was the partner of his mother Isabel Preysler during the decade of the 80’s when he was just a child.
The marquis of Griñón and the father of her sister Tamara Falcó passed away Friday at the age of 83 by a pneumonia derived from the coronavirus after having spent a week in the hospital. Before the news, the Spanish singer has wanted to launch a message from the heart to their followers through the social networks, where he encourages people to remain at home.
“We are going through difficult times and this emergency has reached out to many, many people including my family. It is time to stay at home and be aware of your loved ones. I send a very strong hug and I hope to see you very soon. Courage!”, said.
These words accompanied a photo of your child that appears in the back next to his mother and Carlos Falcó.
Isabel Preysler and Carlos Falcó, were married in 1980, five years after the birth of Henry, by what the marquis was very present in the artist’s childhood.
Despite the fact that the interpreter Dancing not used to express about your family on social networks, or interviews, has a very close relationship with his brothers and, on his last visit to Spain, we saw him accompanied by his sisters, maternal Tamara Falcó and Ana Boyer.
For her part, Tamara Falcó also said goodbye to his father with an emotional goodbye on Instagram. “This picture describes my relationship with my father. Daddy, you don’t have Instagram, but as always you hear everything that I do that know that I love you and you are the best father I could ever wish for,” wrote the socialite last Friday along with a photo of when I was little.
Days later, Tamara came back to use the social networks to thank you for all the love received and took advantage of the publication to highlight the work of doctors.
“From the family Falcó we want to thank all the people who have shown so much love and support during these last few weeks. In particular, we would like to thank the doctors, the health of the Fundación Jiménez Díaz and the grupo Quirón, the attention and care that he received our father since he joined until his death,” he wrote alongside a family portrait.
This virus has affected many faces recognized from different areas of the entertainment all over the world. Tom Hanks and his wife Rita Wilson tested positive to the virus in Australia when they were working on a film about Elvis Presley, as the british actor Idris Elba or the actor Norwegian Christopher Hivju, who gives life to Tormund in Game of Thrones, among others.