This Monday, Macarena García and Ana Rujas, protagonists of the series La Mesías, from Movistar Plus, visited La Resistencia to comment on the end of the fiction created by the Javis. However, the actresses stopped being the focus of attention when David Broncano, the presenter of the space, interrupted the interview.
The comedian had a compelling reason to stop the conversation with the guests: to reveal how his parents met. And it seems that until now Broncano had never known this detail. So much so that, upon meeting him, he was shocked.
It all happened in the middle of a conversation with Macarena and Ana about the outcome of their series when Broncano, it is unknown why, remembered a family anecdote. In fact, he interrupted the interview so he could tell it.
"The other day my parents told me, that I didn't know after thirty years, that they met in Madrid on a night out in the 1980s," the La Resistencia presenter began explaining before the attentive gaze of the actresses. "They didn't give each other telephone numbers or anything, but they liked each other a little and they spent a few days in El Retiro," he continued with the story.
In a turn of events, Broncano revealed something surprising: "My father went, but my mother did not." It is clear that the story ends with a happy ending, however, the comedian wanted to tell why his mother did not appear that day.
"She told me that she had thought better of it and that's why she didn't keep the appointment. But, a week later, as big as Madrid is, they met on the street by chance, they lived in different neighborhoods," said Broncano. "Now they are husband and wife, I was born..." she concluded. His story touched the guests who, apart from highlighting the "beautiful" nature of the story, also alluded to destiny. "They had to be together no matter what," said Macarena.