Laura Valenzuela, the unforgettable actress, television presenter, singer and model who turned 92 on February 18, has been admitted to the Hospital de la Princesa in Madrid for days with a serious prognosis. The one who was one of the best-known faces of cinema and television during the 1950s and 1960s is not in the ICU, as was said at first, but "she is very ill", as she has confirmed before the means his daughter Lara Dibildos.
Some of his relatives also came to the hospital to worry about his condition. The eldest daughter of Álvaro Muñoz Escassi, Anna Barrachina, came to visit her, who told the Europa Press microphones very excited: "The truth is that the poor thing is quite sick, very sick, she is very old now."
Barrachina is the daughter of a previous relationship of her father before being with Dibildos, despite this and despite Escassi and Dibildos being separated since 2007, the young woman maintains a good relationship with her stepmother and it seems that she is one more for the Valenzuela.
He did not want to go into details of the ailment that the actress would be suffering from, but from his words and his many silences, it is clear that a rather serious prognosis is expected. Despite the complexity of the situation, "we all hope", as Barrachina has assured, that Laura can leave the hospital and return to her home in the near future.
Laura Valenzuela remains admitted to the Madrid Hospital de la Princesa. "My mother is very sick. She is not in the ICU, she is on the floor and here we are all in the hospital with her," Lara Dibildos told the newspaper La Razón on Wednesday. Retired from television since the late 1990s, she has spent the last years of her life with her only daughter, actress Lara Dibildos, and her two grandchildren.
For some time now, Valenzuela had lost independence and has seen how her health has been deteriorating. The Y now Sonsoles program revealed on Wednesday that Valenzuela is surrounded by her closest relatives, that a month ago she already spent a few days in the hospital and that her health had deteriorated to the point of having to stop living alone and start living with his daughter, Lara Dibildos.