A few months ago, the actress Ana García Obregón left society in shock after the news broke that she had become a mother through a surrogate pregnancy process at 68 years of age.
The Madrid biologist traveled to Miami, United States, to carry out this procedure, since in our country it is prohibited by law. Many questioned Obregón's advanced age and explained in networks that the baby will have to live an adolescence marked by the old age of her mother. On the other hand, many mercilessly criticized the ethics of the 'surrogate womb' process and were ''disappointed'' with the star actress of the Ana y los Siete series.
However, what most caught the attention of the decision of Bertín Osborne's friend was that she had used the semen of her late son, Aless Lequio, to become Ana Sandra's biological grandmother, as well as the little girl's adoptive mother. .
Obregón explained that this had been his son's last wish before he died of cancer and that he left it written in a holographic will, although Count Lequio explained on television that this was not the case. The truth and truth is that, since mid-March, Obregón has recovered her smile and boasts of being a girl on social networks.
This afternoon, the artist has surprised her more than 1.2 million followers on the Instagram social network with a beautiful carousel of photographs in which you can see how big the baby is and how happy they are together.
As a title for the succession of photos, Obregón has chosen a quote from Elena Poe: "I call art everything that in some way brings us back to life." In addition to the iconic phrase, Susana Uribarri's friend has publicly thanked her biological granddaughter for giving her strength and desire to live, as well as her son for giving her this last gift: "Thank you Anita for making it happen. Thank you ALESS for asking me a few weeks before cancer took you too far.''
Ana Obregón is experiencing a spectacular summer with little 'Anita'. The actress has been resting in a large house that she has in Mallorca and to which she had not been for years, since she did not find the point of going without her son.
Thanks to the little girl, Obregón has regained the strength and energy to move forward and to fight sadness and emotional discomfort. Currently, the artist lives in the present in an animated way and remembers her son with love and happiness, although she acknowledges in the book that she has published that she will never fully overcome the loss.