Nothing makes someone happier Carla Vigo Ortiz, at 23 years old, than to get on stage to demonstrate her skills as an actress or flamenco dancer. The niece of the Queen Letizia He received dance classes and showed that he knows how to move to the sounds of a guitar. A couple of years ago, she recorded a video clip with Love Romeirasinger and celebrity television, but it was Rafael Amargo who gave Érika Ortiz Rocasolano’s daughter, Letizia’s younger sister (who died in 2007, aged only 31) a role in Barrenperformed at the La Latina theater in Madrid and some locations throughout Spain.

The dancer’s judicial vicissitudes truncated his professional plans and Carla Vigo’s hopes. Since then, she went through some health problems related to eating disorders, the last one this past August, when she had to be urgently admitted to the La Paz hospital, where she stayed several days. When she was discharged, her grandparents, Paloma Rocasolano and Jesús Ortizthey were waiting for her to hug her with great affection.

A few days later, Rafael Amargo announced that he will take his work Salome’s head to the Carmen Thyssen Museum in Malaga on October 19. The choreographer and three other artists were the winners of a public competition to premiere her works on the stage of the Baroness Thyssen art gallery in the Andalusian capital. Next to the dancer was Carla Vigo, very recovered from her health issues and delighted to resume her acting career with her discoverer.

But Informalia, from friends close to Carla Vigo, has learned that the queen’s niece’s plans have fallen apart. The daily treatment that the doctors have imposed on him prevents him from attending the rehearsals that Amargo has launched in a location in Madrid’s Casa de Campo. Nor could the young actress be at the premiere and performances of the play in Malaga. At the moment, her theatrical dreams are incompatible with her state of health.