Two of the most beloved actors on Mexican television were a couple on and off screen, it’s about Thalia and Fernando Colunga.
During the 90s they formed one of the most iconic couples thanks to the soap opera “Maria from the neighborhood“, where they showed the great chemistry they had, which generated a series of rumors of an alleged relationship.
Although the stars took a long time to confirm that there was something between them, an actress revealed some details of the couple.
It was about Laura Flowers, who on one occasion assured that: “Laurita Zapata, who is a friend of mine, invited us to eat at her house and then there we were, the older ones, and that’s when Fernando Colunga arrived,” she recalled. At that time, Colunga arrived accompanied by Thalía “and I see them hugging and kissing.”
Who also gave information about this was the actress Yulianna Peniche: “At that time Fernando Colunga was Thalía’s boyfriend. They were dating and very happy, but very… they looked very happy, very much in love.”
It was in 1996 when in an interview with the program “Upon waking” Thalía herself spoke about Colunga: “very good, very nice, yes we are close, very close”.
He also talked about whether they had wedding plans, which he ruled out at that time: “I don’t want to get married, we are very good like this. He is working a lot, I am working a lot. We get along very well, We love each other very much, but I don’t want to get married. Right now we have to dedicate our time to what we have. Later, when God sends it, the time will come.”
He also condensed in “Christina’s show that what he liked most about Fernando were his Kissesbecause for her he is “the one who kisses the richest”.
The end of the relationship between Thalía and Fernando Colunga
Two years later, in 1998 the relationship came to an end, it was the same actor who confirmed it: “That, as many times in life one wants it or not, are cycles that end. It was a relationship that, as I discussed with you, it became so public, or so many people made it so public, that wore out.”
Although this was what Colunga declared, it was also said that the real cause was the mother of the interpreter of “Amor a la mexicana”, Yolanda Miranda, after a phrase that the same actor said.
“If perhaps Thalía’s mother had known about the success, fame and money that I would have, the romance would have continued,” he stressed.
After these rumors, the Mexican came out to respond, assuring that everything ended by personal decision and not because of her mother, as was said, since she was an independent woman.