Frankyas they affectionately call the eldest son of Lara Dibildoswas not this weekend in the cemetery of Nuestra Señora de la Almudena in Madrid to say goodbye to his grandmother, Laura Valenzuela, who died at the age of 92 on March 17. However, the 24-year-old, who lives in the United States like his brother Alvarito (16), had the opportunity to say goodbye to the pioneer of television in the hospital, when she was already very ill.

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Fran, son of former basketball player Fran Murcia and Dibildos, has spoken about his grandmother in the first person: “I was able to say goodbye to my grandmother before going to the US, and I know that he is resting, finally. Not only her, but also my mother, who had a very bad time seeing her in the hospital”, he has confessed in Week.

The young man has given more startling details: “It was on February 3 accompanied by my brother. I left the hospital very sad, because I felt that it was the last time that I saw her. But she has so much light that she turns a sad moment into a beautiful one. AND I know it will stay with me for the rest of my life. I will always carry her in my heart.”

Lara Dibildos with her son Fran on one of the most important days of their lives

Fran returned to the United States very worried about her grandmother, so the calls with her mother were constant: “She called my mother by video call to see her, but she did not like video calls. Well, she never liked calls in general, I didn’t want to talk on the phone.”

The young man has also had some nice words to define the professional legacy left by his grandmother. He defines it as “the woman who gave birth to Spainbecause apart from the fact that she had it, she was the one who literally worked light to Spain with television.

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Fran lives in the United States with her brother, Álvaro, the result of the relationship between her mother and Alvaro Muñoz Escassi. The horseman, in fact, wrapped Lara in the cemetery, becoming the biggest cloth for her tears and offering her her shoulder to cry on.

On the personal life of the young Fran, although he dreamed of being a basketball player like his father, he finally chose the path of music: “I am studying to be a music producer, now I am doing it online, but when I return to Spain, I will resume it at the academy I’m in.”