Cordobés contractually asks Ana Rosa Quintana not to sit with Vicky Martín Berrocal in TardeAr

Ana Rosa Quintana He has a married couple with her: Alaska and Mario Vaquerizo, just as we previewed on August 31, when we also announced the signing of Vicky Martín Berrocal. Days later, we said that the presenter of TardeAR He had hired Manuel Díaz El Cordobés, who thus became his ex-wife’s partner.

It is the first time that the right-hander sits on a television set to act as a host after saying yes to Ana Rosa Quintana to be on Telecinco two days a week in the afternoons.

The curious thing about the signing was precisely that Vicky Martín Berrocal and the father of her daughter Alba coincided. They were married between 1997 and 2001. They have been separated for more than 20 years and they get along wonderfully, in addition to sharing their love for their common daughter, who is now 23 years old. “She is a fundamental piece in our relationship,” Manuel has said on more than one occasion. But that doesn’t make it any less exciting to see them sitting at the same table. Another thing is what it seems to the bullfighter’s current wife, the Venezuelan Virginia Troconis, whom Manuel married in 2004, and who also gets along well with the daughter of the bullfighting businessman. José Luis Martín Berrocal.

However, as Informalia has learned, this will not be possible, at least for the moment. The bullfighter from Arganda del Rey has asked the space’s producer not to coincide with Vicky at the current table. They even tell us that has requested it by contract. No, it’s not that there is any problem between them, on the contrary, the relationship between the ex-marriage is extraordinary, but the bullfighter doesn’t think it’s good because of his wife, Virginia Troconis, who, by the way, has also been tempted to act as talk show, although on another network. At the moment, they tell us that she has not closed it.

The man from Córdoba and Virginia swore eternal love in 2004, it was in Venezuela, her native country. The influencer was pregnant with her first child, who came into the world in July of that year. Little Manuel was the joy of the bullfighter who dreamed of a boy to teach him how to bullfight. Now, at 19 years old, the young man loves the bullfighting world, but he does not plan to follow in his father’s footsteps. “He respects my profession a lot, in fact on some occasions he has bullfighted in the field with his friends on a birthday. But he is clear that he is not going to dedicate himself to bullfighting,” Manuel said a few months ago. After finishing high school in Seville, where the family has lived until now, Manu, as his friends call him, is already studying Architecture in Madrid. It is precisely in the capital where the family has decided to settle, although logically they will go a lot to the farm they have on the outskirts of the Seville capital.

The youngest of the clan is called Triana and she is barely 16 years old. She is a clone of her mother, beautiful, and very stylish. She is studying high school and does not plan to follow in her father’s footsteps either. She gets along wonderfully with her older sister, Alba, with whom she shares hobbies and her taste in fashion.

This year has been great for El Cordobés because, in addition to having a beautiful family, he retires from bullfighting and, finally, can enjoy his father, Manuel Benitez, El Cordobés, who for years refused to recognize him and know him. A few months ago, that changed. and now father and son can enjoy: “He is a wonderful being,” Díaz said of the legendary bullfighter from Palma del Río, who turned 87 in May.