Javier Bardem’s mother and Penelope Cruz pay tribute to mother-in-law

Penelope Cruz took to Instagram on July 19 to make a uncommon private submit in honor of her mother-in-law, the Spanish actress Pilar Bardem, her husband’s mom Javier Bardem, who died over the weekend on the age of 82.

Writing in her mom tongue, Penelope – who starred in 4 movies with Pilar, together with Pedro Almodóvar’s 1997 success, Carne Tremula – mentioned:

“Dear Pilar, I look at this picture and wonder what your reaction would be if someone had said at the time that fate had plans to unite us beyond cinema. That that combination with Peter was also a proof of life. Or maybe we already knew you were there?” he started by saying.

“You’ve always been so good to me! You can’t want a better mother-in-law. Thank you for all the love you’ve given us, for your children, grandchildren, all your family and friends. You gave me a lot of things,” he mentioned.

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“Thank you for always putting yourself with those who needed it most. For raising your voice to injustice. For struggling to improve the conditions of the members of our society who needed it most, without expecting anything in return. We must not forget that in our profession, many things have improved thanks to your efforts over the years, without you giving up. You are admirable.”

Penelope continued her tribute to her mother-in-law, thanking the actress for being a supply of knowledge for her and her era.

“Thank you for sharing with me for all these years your wisdom and your mood! I love you so much. I will always carry you in my heart. Thank you, Pilar.”

The followers went to the feedback part to pay their respects to the entire household and particularly to Bardem who misplaced his mom.


The presenter Fausto Silva mourned the loss of life of his mom, Dona Cordélia Moraes Correa Silva. His spouse died on the finish of Last June on the age of 95.

Retired trainer, Dona Cordélia, died on the night time of Wednesday, June 23, in Campinas, within the inside of São Paulo.

The reason behind loss of life was not revealed on the time, as reported by journalist Flávio Ricco, in his column of R7.

Known in recent times for her work, surpassing greater than 500 work, the artist left six kids, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.