This has been a very hard week for many in the face of the scourge of the coronavirus. And the celebrities have not been spared either: Daddy Yankee and Milly Quezada suffered terrible personal losses that they lamented over networks. Now it is the turn of Julio Iglesias, who has suffered a great family loss.
Sources in Spain confirm that Paula Bakker, mother of Miranda Rijnsburger, the wife of the famous Spanish singer, has died after a long fight against an unspecified disease.
"In these times where life stands still, as if he wanted to tell us how fragile we are. In these times where loved ones leave without being able to say 'thank you' for so many things, for so many unforgettable moments, without even being able to say 'goodbye' "And without even being able to hold their hands at the farewell to say" thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you "for the last time, I remember when I wrote this song fifty-seven years ago," the artist said in a published post. this Tuesday and that is extremely unusual.
"For all the families that have suffered the loss of someone they love and for all the families that are suffering this terrible loneliness: my love forever," he continued to express himself through networks as he has rarely done.
Cristina Iglesias, one of the singer's twin daughters, seized her networks to regret the departure of her beloved grandmother:
For his part, his sister Victoria did the same published a photo where he appears with his brothers and his beloved Oma:
Doña Paula was born in the Dutch town of Leimuiden, south of Amsterdam and had two daughters: Miranda and Ana.
Bakker had lived with her daughter and family in her Miami mansion for years, as Rijnsburger had lost her father, Wim, when she was 25, to a brain tumor.
Miranda and Julio Iglesias met the same year of their father's death: 1990. From there they began a relationship that has lasted more than three decades.
For the moment - and true to her extremely private nature - Miranda has not made any statement about the death of her mother. May he rest in peace, Mrs. Paula.