Isabel Preysler goes to television. At least temporarily, because at 72, the so-called 'queen of hearts' is once again the protagonist in the media. On this occasion, following in the footsteps of other stars such as Georgina Rodríguez, the Kardashians or her own daughter, Tamara Falcó, she makes her debut in a new world: docuseries.
The socialite will have her own reality show on television, as announced in a press release by the producer Fremantle, responsible for other programs such as Mask Singer Spain, where Miguel Boyer's widow participated in 2021, encouraging herself to interpret a song by the Swedish band ABBA.
At the moment, no further details have been disclosed, except that Tamara Falcó's mother has already begun preparing the project, the first of national origin on Disney Plus, a platform where it will be broadcast at some point in 2023, still to be confirmed.
The series will reveal a little more about the ins and outs that surround the more personal and family life of Isabel Preysler, well known on the covers of gossip magazines. The socialite opens the doors of her fabulous mansion in Puerta del Hierro and will show how she prepares what for her is one of the most significant and special times of the year. A time that is not specified, but it is taken for granted that it could be Christmas, at which time she meets with all her family.
This will not be Isabel Preysler's first time on television. In 1998, the Filipina debuted as a presenter on Telecinco's Hoy en casa program, which was defined as a space "aimed at improving the quality of life and personal image", with sections such as fashion, beauty and health, decoration or " know to be".
Now, it will be the first time that Isabel Preysler is the protagonist of a television project of this type, although she already participated in the docuseries of her daughter Tamara, La Marquesa, which was successfully produced by Netflix in 2022. It is unknown who will accompany the socialite on this occasion, but it is assumed that one way or another his five children will not be missing: Chábeli, Julio José, Enrique, Tamara and Ana.
It is also unknown if the project will delve into its most intimate and personal facet, well documented in magazines such as Hello! throughout the years. Her daughter, Tamara, did reveal parts of her privacy, so we will have to wait and see if her mother does the same, introducing her friends or, why not, a possible new one sentimental couple.