Genoveva Casanova pays tribute to her mother-in-law, the Duchess of Alba, on the Day of the Dead

It is a tradition in your country since time immemorial, to celebrate the Day of the Deada day in which Mexicans remember their deceased loved ones in a festive atmosphere, far from everything macabre.

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Y Genoveva Casanova she joins this celebration by setting up her own funeral altar with which she pays tribute to very special people who are no longer with us and whom she still considers three of the beings who have most marked her existence, her grandparents and her mother-in-law, the Duchess of Alba. Precisely, just a month ago her grandfather passed away, a man to whom she felt very close. As was the case with the duchess.

ex-wife of Cayetano Martinez de Irujo He showed the altar during a party organized by the Don Julio tequila brand in Madrid. In it were images of those loved ones, flowers, personal belongings of the deceased, sets with their favorite foods.

Genoveva is a very religious woman, respectful of the traditions of her country, such as the Day of the Dead, and although she has lived in Spain for twenty years, she has Mexico in her heart. Her family continues to live there and she usually travels every year to Aztec lands to visit her.