The legendary television presenter and actress Laura Valenzuela is going through a very delicate moment and, after several complications, she has had to be admitted to a hospital in Madrid to take care of her state of health. Valenzuela has been hospitalized for several days and is stable.
The communicator is 92 years old, a difficult age in which ailments appear more and more frequently and with greater intensity. Her daughter, actress Lara Dibildos, has confirmed for Semana magazine that her mother is "malita", although she has not wanted to give many more details about what is really happening to the mythical presenter of Mañanas de Primera.
A few weeks ago, Lara Dibildos spoke on Friday Deluxe about her mother's withdrawal from the small screen: "I noticed that she was thinking about something. They gave her a prize and, after picking it up, she told me that this was the last time she would go out ". Since then, Valenzuela has lived a quiet life, away from the cameras.
This afternoon in Sálvame they have commented that the actress had been living at her daughter's house for a few months because her health had worsened considerably and thus she was as well cared for as possible. The program has also taken the opportunity to review the presenter's professional life, something that has become regular on networks: "In Telecinco they have already put the bandage on before the wound, they have already reviewed her life," wrote a user on Twitter, implying that the Mediaset space would be prepared to announce the death.
Laura Valenzuela was a pioneer in the world of television in Spain and became the first presenter in the history of TVE. She is also remembered by many for having presented Eurovision in its only edition held in Spain after Massiel's victory in 1968.
Although many remember her for her time on television, Laura began making movies and also achieved great recognition in her facet as an artist, winning the Medal of the Circle of Film Writers for her role in the film Españolas en París.