The news of the death of Laura Valenzuela has been a hard blow for all those who had the pleasure of knowing her. Her loved ones mourn her death, but so do all the generations who grew up admiring her work on film and television. There are many signs of affection that little by little are coming from recognized and anonymous after her death. But the truth is that before her death, Lara Dibildos, her daughter, dedicated some emotional words to her in a publication on social networks. Just a few weeks ago, the actress was honest in a deep reflection that she shared with a family photo of her.
In mid-January, among the alarms about the delicate state of health of the Saturday Galas presenter, Lara shared a tender image in which a little Lara could be seen with her mother, Laura Valenzuela, and her father , the screenwriter and producer Jose Luis Dibildos. At 92 years old, the presenter had to be admitted several times in recent months, but she always did it with the love of her daughter.
Dibildos then recovered this snapshot of his childhood to give advice for living in the present. A reflection addressed to all those children who have the pleasure of enjoying the company of their parents. "When they send you a photo that brings back such beautiful memories and you smile... Do not stay with hugs without giving or love yourself for telling your parents and your loved ones because there comes a day when you can only embrace the memories" he said then. In this way, he encouraged his followers to enjoy his family.
A few words of remembrance that demonstrate the great union they had in the Dibildos-Valenzuela family, especially since the loss of the film producer, more than 20 years ago. Also, mother and daughter lived together now. A few weeks ago, on Friday Deluxe, she revealed how her mother was and how she decided to move away from public life. "She's great. Now we live together, with my children." She also explained "she doesn't go anywhere because she doesn't feel like it. It was a decision she made a long time ago."
In this interview, the actress also recalled her mother's goodbye to television. "She got off the stage with her award, she sat next to me, and at that moment she told me, 'this is the last time I go out,'" she revealed. "She said that she wanted to be a grandmother and that she was done." Now Lara is going through a very hard time. She says goodbye to one of the key pieces in her life: her mother. However, the theater actress has the support of her friends, her family and her sons Fran and Álvaro.
Laura Valenzuela, actress and television presenter, has died this Friday at the age of 92, as confirmed by RTVE. The model was also admitted to the La Princesa hospital in Madrid for a few days. Her health has progressively worsened during her stay in the hospital premises. Finally, she has left this world. The world of culture and television are in mourning.