Alejandra Guzmán, Florinda Meza and Maribel Guardia: these are the offerings of celebrities for their loved ones

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This October 1 and 2, the “Day of the Dead” is celebrated, the beautiful Mexican tradition that remains firm in the national culture. On the occasion of the date, some artists from the middle of the show showed their spectacular altars in honor of their loved ones who are no longer on this earthly plane.

Alejandra Guzman shared in his official account Instagram a photograph he took of his offering when he finished mounting it. In the tender image, he highlighted the number of photographs that the “Queen of Hearts” placed to remember her relatives who have already passed away.

In particular, the large portrait he placed of his late sister caught our attention. Viridiana Alatriste, who sadly lost his life in a tragic car accident in 1982. At the time, The actress was only 19 years old and was a sentimental partner of Jaime Garza.

This is how the singer remembered her late sister Viridiana (Capture: @ laguzmanmx / instagram)
This is how the singer remembered her late sister Viridiana (Capture: @ laguzmanmx / instagram)

My beloved dead. Have you already put your offerings?“Wrote the interpreter of My worst mistake inviting his fans to continue the beautiful tradition.

The users of the platform said they were moved by the emotional way in which Alejandra Guzmán keeps her deceased older sister present. For that reason, her followers left positive comments recognizing the indelible mark left by the actress after her death.

Another of the personalities of the medium who decided to share the intimacy of his offering with the public was Florinda Meza. Since the morning of this November 2, the actress remembered for her role as “Doña Florinda” in the Chavo del 8 He posted a photograph of the altar that he set up in a very special place in his home.

Florinda Meza dedicated her offering to her husband Chespirito (Capture: florindamezach1 / instagram)
Florinda Meza dedicated her offering to her husband Chespirito (Capture: florindamezach1 / instagram)

“The family altar that my dear sister Esther put in her house. My parents, my Rober, my little brother Héctor. Today I remember you fondly and raise a prayer for you“He wrote next to the image he shared on Instagram.

As expected, Meza dedicated her offering to her husband Roberto Gómez Bolaños “Chespirito”, iconic Mexican comedian who for decades made history on Mexican television with his funny characters, including “Chapulín Colorado”, “El Chavo del 8” and “Dr. Chapatín ”, all interpreted by himself.

I remember you, my beloved and I fill your home with flowers, because you filled my meadow with all your colors. Death does not exist if you live in my memory and my soul is not sad, because you are in glory“The actress placed in another publication where she shared a couple of postcards of the late actor.

Photo: Cuartoscuro
Photo: Cuartoscuro

Roberto Gómez Bolaños died on November 28, 2014 in Cancún, Quintana Roo at the age of 85 due to heart failure. A couple of days ago, the screenwriter was involved in the controversy after Carlos Ballarta declared that his comedy was “the worst thing that had happened to comedy in Mexico.”

Maribel Guardia also opened a space of her private life for the public in an interview that she gave to Wake up America. During the talk, the actress was accompanied by her grandson, son of Julián Figueroa. On this occasion, the Pedro Navaja actress dedicated her altar to her ex-partner Joan Sebastián.

“Who is it?” Maribel asked her grandson as she showed him the photo of the “People’s Poet.” “He’s my grandpa, my daddy’s dad”Said little Julian.

The actress continued the talk by questioning her grandson about who she is, so little Julian did not want to answer. In addition, Maribel Guardia explained what are the elements that usually include in her offering such as candles, flowers, food and photos of her loved ones, including her ex-husband.


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