Although at first Carlos Rivera and Cynthia Rodriguez they were very cautious and tried to keep their wedding held in Europe quiet, last March they had no choice but to announce their upcoming debut as parents.
However, the fans of the former students of the reality show “La Academia” did not know what was the estimated date for the birth of the child who will be named León, This is alluding to the musical that made the Tlaxcalan singer transcend in Spain.
Until quite recently, the only clue about the baby’s arrival arose from the photographs shared by the television host in their social networks, where he showed an increase in the volume of his belly and this allowed to make conjectures about the gestation of her baby.
However, during his participation as a guest in the program “Despierta América”, Carlos Rivera announced that the doctors who treat his wife project that their son will be born in August and, if so, it will be ruled by the zodiac sign Leo.
For this reason, the 37-year-old interpreter plans to pause his concert tour and after visiting the Spanish cities of Cádiz, Granada, Alicante, Gran Canaria, Tenerife and Marbella in July, she will take a month off from her schedule to calmly receive her firstborn.
In fact, it transpired that The couple already has a room reserved in one of the best hospitals in Mexico for the moment Cynthia Rodríguez reaches the final stretch of her pregnancy.
Subsequently, the singer plans to conclude his presentations in September with a couple of concerts that will take place in Mérida and Seville.
For the last quarter of the year, the couple has planned to rest with the aim of enjoying their offspring in the company of their relatives, hoping to resume their respective careers in 2024.
It should be noted that, For nine years, Carlos Rivera remained practically frozen at TV Azteca through an exclusive contract, which contradictorily prevented his career from taking off. but once he reached a written agreement to be released, it was then that he began to stand out as a singer first in Spain and then in Mexico.
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