Daniel Galiot, Eugenio's stepson, on the comedian's third marriage: "It hurt me because it was not the best choice for him"

Eugenio was one of the most popular comedians in our country.

Oliver Thansan
Oliver Thansan
02 April 2024 Tuesday 23:07
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Daniel Galiot, Eugenio's stepson, on the comedian's third marriage: "It hurt me because it was not the best choice for him"

Eugenio was one of the most popular comedians in our country. His light went out 23 years ago, specifically on March 11, 2001, after suffering a heart attack while eating in a restaurant with some friends. However, his memory remains more alive than ever thanks to all those people who to this day continue to remember his iconic jokes that made him so famous.

Those who have not forgotten the figure of the comedian are his relatives. This past Tuesday, his former second wife, Conchita Ruiz, visited the set of Sonsoles Ónega to tell what his marriage had been like after having to deal with the death of his first wife. The interviewee claimed that their relationship was marked by lights and shadows, but above all what marked her most was witnessing the bad company the comedian kept with.

Something that ended up dynamiting their marriage. ''He began to surround himself with people I didn't know, people who didn't contribute anything to me, somehow we started to lead different lives, him on one side and me on the other,'' he said in the Antena 3 space.

On Wednesday afternoon, the Sonsoles Ónega space continued with its particular tribute to the comedian, bringing as a guest Daniel Galiot, Eugenio's stepson. Conchita Ruiz's son said live that even though the comedian was not his father, he ended up calling him ''dad''.

Furthermore, he revealed that he had always felt very identified with his stepbrothers because when they lost their mother, he had to face, at only 6 years old, the death of his grandmother, who had half acted as a mother for him until that moment. Regarding how his stepbrothers received him, Daniel Galliot confessed that it was "a very hard shock." ''I was smaller than them and I was also inferior, but over time I understood why,'' he explained.

His relationship with the comedian evolved for the better over time. Daniel Galliot said that when he was little Eugenio "imposed a lot on him." However, their relationship became closer as he grew older. Likewise, Conchita Ruiz's son assured that they were never afraid of the comedian in his darkest times, although he clarified that his mother was the one who had it the worst. ''We had very delicate moments,'' he noted.

Regarding the breakup between his mother and the comedian, the interviewee said that it was a moment of relief, but also of sadness for everything he lost. ''The wedding to Isabel hurt me because he considered it not the best choice,'' he said.