They are the two news of the day although, considering that they occupy the headlines on an April Fool’s Day of the golden age of fake news and journalism fast food we cannot even say that they are true until the clock strikes midnight. The first, and which seems to meet more requirements to be real, is that Isabel Preysler and Mario Vargas Llosa would have broken up after eight years (and because of the jealousy of the Nobel Prize). However, the second makes us less funny even in the remote case that it could be true.
According to the magazine readings Today, December 28, Cristina Pedroche and her husband, the cook David Muñoz, are expecting their first child together. This news, moreover, would occupy the cover of the last number of her on her paper with some photos of the couple in which, supposedly, they would be visiting the gynecological clinic in which they would be carrying out all the monitoring of the pregnancy.
In the snapshot that occupies the front page of the pink magazine, the couple appears divine and smiling in which, placed under the inquisitive magnifying glass of fact-checkingit gives off more fake stolen vibes than paparazzi photos.
According to this publication, the couple would be living the wait with a lot of happiness, but also discretion. In addition to prudence because the news would be related to the dress (or lack thereof) of the presenter of the Antena 3 Chimes. Quite a media event and a tradition to welcome the New Year.
However, whether it is true or not, what it should do to us is reflect. And it is that, to begin with, It is only up to mothers and fathers who are expecting a baby to announce such an important change in their lives. Also, when they want to do it and are prepared for it.
On the other hand, and in the case of an innocent, we thought that with the number of actresses, singers and other personalities who have complained that women are always asked about their plans to be mothers, it would have been left Of course maternity is a delicate issue with which we should be more cautious and respectful.
In fact, Pedroche herself explained it this way in March of this same year when she spoke on this controversial issue: “There are women who, when asked this, think: ‘I just can’t. It is such an intimate and private question that if the woman does not want to talk about it, you should not insist,” he said then in an interview for 20 minutes.
In the same way, no one knows of the difficulties or pressures that Pedroche (or any other woman) may be subjected to to be (or not) a mother so that half of Spain is today talking about the subject. In fact, the presenter revealed at the end of 2017 that have polycystic ovaries. Although it is a disease that mainly causes intense pain during menstruation, specialists affirm that in minority cases it can cause sterility.
We can only hope that, at least, if it is a lie, the publication is in cahoots with the presenter to teach us a lesson.
Cover photo | Gtres