Sonsoles Ónega presumes directly that he will not go to therapy: “It gives me everything the same”

Victoria Federica’s interview with Vicky Martín Berrocal is being widely commented on on television talk shows. On the set of Sonsoles Ónega there has also been an opinion on the matter. Some headlines about the granddaughter of Don Juan Carlos and Doña Sofía have been highlighted, like this one: “I do therapy because sometimes I feel caged”.

The daughter of Infanta Elena and Jaime de Marichalar has lamented that because she is famous and the family of who she is “sometimes” she deprives herself “of doing things, of going places”: “And if I go to dinner I am more aware of what is happening around me than of our conversation.. Because I feel like there is someone. I feel uncomfortable”.

It must be remembered that by his own choice he has decided to be present at the main events held in the capital and outside the capital, as well as at the most important fashion shows thanks to his father’s influence in the sector. Furthermore, she is very active on Instagram and has more than 200,000 followers. She has also spoken on occasion in paid interviews for Hola and other magazines, specialized in fashion.

The reactions

Lorena Vázquez has been very critical of Froilán’s sister: “How many nephews of the emeritus kings have we seen giving interviews talking about what this girl talks about every time she has the opportunity to get in front of a microphone?” asked Lorena Vázquez, while comparing VicMaBor with some of her relatives such as Simoneta Gómez-Acebo. From the set they have told him that times “are changing.”

But Vázquez added: “Now it is an interview, but we have seen it in photocalls. It is the first time that she sits down to speak but she has spoken before the microphones. And all we get from her are complaints.“.

For all this, the journalist thinks that Felipe VI’s niece should assume that she is a public figure for good and bad: “If she wants to be in the photocalls I am very sorry. There are privileges for being a public figure and you also have to accept the bad things. And on top of that he tells us that he is going to therapy. Should I feel guilty because I go to therapy? “I also go to therapy and I don’t tell it.”

At the end of this conversation, Sonsoles Ónega has revealed: “Well, I don’t go to therapy. I don’t care about anything. I’m very happy doing what I do and I don’t care exactly.”. The issue of mental health has thus been addressed in a space that around a million people follow every afternoon on the most watched television network.