Albert Rivera gives everything with his designer girlfriend in Morocco: “Tired but blessed”

Malú’s ex has not wasted time since his separation from the singer was confirmed in June. Almost half a year later, Albert Rivera he remains fully invested in his relationship with the designer Carla Cotterli. Their courtship was discovered in the summer, just a few days after the photographs of the former leader of Ciudadanos with the Catalan actress Aysha Araaui. The two had a great time in Ibizia while she ate his ear in the sea.

With the December long weekend just around the corner, Rivera and Cotterli have taken the opportunity to escape from routine for a few days and get away from the hustle and bustle of the big city. They have enjoyed a trip through Morocco, where they have managed to escape the paparazzi’s objectives. They themselves have published several snapshots of their romantic getaway, although without mentioning each other so as not to cause too much talk.

The lawyer, for his part, wrote on Instagram this Monday: “What an amazing experience this trip has been… Driving in the dunes of the Erg Chebbi and Erg Chegaga deserts is something magical, unique. But the truly exceptional thing has been doing it with the help of Dakar masters like Manuel Plaza and Marcos de Quinto. Thank you for organizing this trip and for allowing us to learn from you and live among ourselves in a magnificent human group. It was my first time, but it won’t be the last, I have enjoyed like a child. Gracias”.

As Rivera explained, they were accompanied on the trip by their former partner in Ciudadanos. It should be remembered that De Quinto, former president of Coca-Cola in Spain, participated in the 2006 Lisbon-Dakar Rally as Manuel Plaza’s co-driver. He has participated in several African Dakar rallies and Africa Race.

Carla Cotterli, for her part, also noted on her social media profile: “10 nights, 8 cities, 4 flights & +5,000 kms. [Marrakech – Desierto Erg Chigaga – Zagora – Erg Chebbi – Ait Ben Haddou – Ouarzazate – Desierto de Merzouga]. Exhausted but feeling blessed (tired but blessed).”