On July 8, Tamara Falcó and Íñigo Onieva said 'I do' surrounded by family and loved ones at a wedding that had been talked about for months. A controversial link that could not generate more content, both before and after, and that suggested that it would remain in the spotlight for a long time.
Seven months later, an alleged crisis between the couple has come to light, which they themselves have taken it upon themselves to deny on several occasions. However, it was not until now that they wanted to take a romantic getaway to Barcelona and they did not hesitate to publish it on social networks.
"Back to Barcelona for a very complete weekend!" shared the Marchioness of Griñón on her Instagram account. In turn, she has added a series of photographs in which she is seen posing at the Miró-Picasso exhibition and enjoying the gastronomy of the Catalan city.
The couple went to the restaurant Diseño, with three Michelin stars. Something that makes clear his taste for haute cuisine and the avant-garde style of the dishes. So much so, that they did not hesitate to take photographs with the chefs.
But, if something has caught attention, it is the image in which she appears smiling while hugging her husband Íñigo Onieva in a place where they have enjoyed an intimate party and which she describes as "secret."
A weekend that has served to settle the rumors that have arisen in recent days. And everything blew up when it came to light that Tamara Falcó had gone to sleep at her mother's house, Isabel Preysler. A fact that the marchioness herself justified by saying that it was for work reasons.
And this trip culminates a series of explanations that the couple has been giving to put an end to everything that is being said. The marchioness took advantage of her space in El Hormiguero to speak out and make a series of things very clear. The aristocrat claimed that "lie news" was being told about her "continuously."
And if there is something that is very bad for him, it is that they try to control his life 24 hours a day, according to what he says. "There are people who think they have the right to look from the street with binoculars. I have had the press all week, at my mother's house, and they look at me from the street. It should be prohibited," she stated forcefully.