Julián Gil managed what seemed impossible: for Altair Jarabo to open his heart and speak like never before about aspects of his private life that he normally keeps in a discreet background. It happened this Sunday during a live broadcast that both actors made from their respective Instagram accounts.
"I am afraid, but we are not going with those questions," said the Mexican actress of successful soap operas such as Passion and Power and For Loving Without Law at the start of 'live'.
One of the first questions that the 49-year-old handsome man asked his colleague was why in all the photos he shares on Instagram he appears alone.
"Good question. I think it is a style that I have adopted on Instagram. Maybe when other networks started to come out I noticed very often that people were like 'oh the photo for the Face' and maybe you didn't even get along so much or loved them so much or vice versa, that friends or things that don't they are entirely [real],”Altair replied.
"I think Instagram is something that you decide to show yourself and my Instagram is about me and that's it, but believe me, I do not bring anyone hidden," the 33-year-old interpreter made clear.
The villain of hit Televisa melodramas like Until the End of the World and For Loving Without Law was also interested in the sentimental state of the actress.
"Do you have a boyfriend?" Gil asked her.
To which Altair replied with a resounding no.
"No, I'm calm, at the moment there is no boyfriend," she said.
But is it that you want to become a mom sometime in your life?
"Yes, I would like to be a mom. As I see things, I don't think it will happen anytime soon, but I do wish at some point. I believe that unless I catch you very early in life or much later, the most important question is with whom. Who he is very important to, "he acknowledged.
Another confession Altair made during the live broadcast is the romance she kept at a distance many years ago with a man who lived in Miami.
“At some point in my life many, many years ago it occurred to me to have a boyfriend myself living in Mexico and he lived in Miami. It was a walking soap opera and farewells, "he acknowledged. “It happened to me that I was just like in a class and said 'it's over' and I would walk from there to the airport, without thinking. But I do not regret. It was worth it”, he confessed.