Silvia Pinal spends Christmas isolated but

Silvia Pinal spends Christmas isolated but “well and calm”, as revealed by her family

Mexican actress Silvia Pinal, hospitalized for COVID-19, is “well and calm,” said her family this Saturday, who also regretted the absence of the film diva at the Christmas holidays.

“This Christmas has made us reflect and realize how fortunate we are to have the presence of my mother, I want you to know that she is well, is calm and is stronger than ever”, reported actress Sylvia Pasquel, daughter of Pinal, on her Instagram.

Pinal, a film and television icon, was admitted to a private hospital in Mexico City last Wednesday due to heart complications and COVID-19, which she allegedly contracted at an event over the weekend, according to her daughter Alejandra Guzmán, a singer.

The woman, born in Sonora in 1931, was fully vaccinated, although she had not yet received her third booster dose.

“We really need our diva, but everything is going to get better and we will have her back. There is Silvia Pinal for a while, have no doubt about that!” Pasquel expressed.

The Pinal case occurs as Mexico grapples with the arrival of the omicron variant of the coronavirus. The country accumulates more than 3.9 million cases and almost 300,000 deaths, the fourth highest figure in the world.

The descendants of the actress, known as “the Pinal dynasty”, expressed in networks their sadness for not having her at these parties.

Model Michelle Salas, Pinal’s great-granddaughter and daughter of singer Luis Miguel and actress Stephanie Salas, published a Christmas photo in which she expressed having “An empty space”.

“This Christmas I can’t find as many words as I would like because there is a little void in me. And although I am calm that everything is fine, the need that she makes me and that my loved ones make me is essential to achieve absolute happiness in me”, Michelle expressed on her Instagram.

Pinal’s disease has shaken the Mexican public because it is considered the “last diva” of national cinema, thanks to her famous characters and a career that dates back to 1949.

The Mexican actress rose to international fame with the Spanish director Luis Buñuel, who incorporated her in films such as “Viridiana” (1961), “The Exterminating Angel” (1962) and “Simón del Desierto” (1965). Noted for her role on television, where she hosted the iconic show “Woman, Real Life Cases” for more than 20 years since 1985.

“Thank you to all who have been at the foot of the canyon and to all of you for your good wishes, support and affection”, Stephanie Salas wrote about it on her Instagram.

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