Tamara Falcó is once again one of the great protagonists of the week. Just a day ago we heard the news that the Marquise de Griñón had been left without a wedding dress. The firm that designed her dress has decided to break any contractual relationship with the influencer, after they insinuated that she wanted to trace a model from another designer.
Bad news, just 52 days from the great celebration, which will take place on July 8. The influencer is very excited about the new stage that is going to begin with her fiancé Íñigo Onieva. A very important step, with which her life will give a radical change. But now she has to face an unforeseen event: find a new wedding dress.
Isabel Preysler's daughter spoke for the first time in the magazine Hello!, where she made it clear that she had found out about all the controversy from the press. Beyond these statements, Tamara Falcó did not want to comment on it. But who has done it has been her fiancée, Íñigo Onieva.
A few hours ago he defended his partner before the media. The businessman declared that it was a pity, because Tamara Falcó wanted to wear a 'Spain brand' dress. "Tamara Falcó is an important aunt with demands, some brands come, others don't," he declared.
Now it has been pronounced again, but this time it has been in Sálvame. The Telecinco program found the businessman again through the streets of Madrid and took advantage of the opportunity to ask him about the latest information that has come out, that the Marquise de Griñón was going to charge for wearing that dress. The businessman did not comment on the matter, nor did he confirm if the new designer was going to be Carolina Herrera.
Tamara Falcó's fiancé with a serious face tried to flee from the journalists without making any statement. "Ask her, don't ask me," Onieva assured. On whether they are upset with the situation, the businessman was very clear. "These are things that happen in a process, it will happen to many brides that they are left stranded in the middle of a wedding process, nothing happens, it's an altercation, an incident that is solved and that's it," he assured. ''Everything has a solution and everything happens for a reason. In the end it is an incident that has no more significance than the dress not fitting and nothing else,'' he concluded.