“If I were invisible, I would go out where my children go”

Ana Rosa Quintana He has just closed his first season at the head of Telecinco afternoons. He said goodbye this Thursday to TardeAR and will return in September, but before leaving for vacation wanted to respond to the most casual test with which Informalia Open the summer. The communicator, one of the most important professionals of our television, submits to our Eleven questions in the mudHave you ever stolen anything? What is the last lie you told? What is the most expensive thing you have ever bought?

Where did you wake up this morning?

Where am I going to wake up on a Monday? In my house, of course.

The last time you cried?

Well, it’s been a long time and look, I’m a crybaby at movies… but no, I haven’t cried in a long time. I don’t remember the truth, it was about two years ago…

The last lie you told?

I never lie, but mainly because I don’t remember. I don’t lie, I don’t like lying. I don’t like lying, and I don’t like being lied to. You may be missing something, especially if you could hurt someone, but lying is very bad.

Besides your house and your car, what has been the most expensive thing you have bought?

A bag, but one for life.

Have you ever been caught dating a famous person? Would you like to be caught dating someone?

No, I am very discreet, I like to live my life, but I don’t really hang out with famous people much either.

When was the last time you were naked in front of another person?

Every day at home, with my husband.

What do you dislike most about yourself?

I hate that sometimes I look in the mirror and don’t recognize myself.

The last mobile message you received and what did it say?

From my husband, it’s Saint John’s Day and he’s going to invite us to dinner.

The most embarrassing situation in your life?

Embarrassing things happen to me every now and then. I’ve said to a colleague ‘great, you’re pregnant’… and she wasn’t.

If you were invisible, what would be the first thing you would do?

Going out where my children go.

Have you ever stolen?

No, I’m not capricious at all. If I want something, I’ll buy it if I can buy it. And if not, I won’t buy it. But stealing it, no.