Tamara Falco has denied each of the information that has surfaced about her in recent days: that of her possible pregnancy (the same one that Íñigo Onieva has already denied us exclusively), that of the sale of El Rincón for seven million euros and also the of a possible debut as a model on the Cibeles catwalk in Madrid.

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The Marquise de Griñón has spoken about all these matters this Thursday since the gathering of the anthill: “A Tik Toker has said it and it’s a lie. I’m not pregnant, 100%.” In this sense, she added that the first one surprised was her mother, Isabella Preysler: “I found out through a chat and this morning he asked me. I’m not pregnant, and I’m not selling El Rincón either.”

Regarding the false sale of the farm that he inherited from his father, he has assured that his brother Manuel and she has other plans with the property, which they rent for different events: “My brother and I are doing a project, but for now it is not for sale.” On the other hand, she commented that she could parade as a model of her collection with Pedro del Hierro, something that she has also categorically denied: “I do not parade in Cibeles. But there are models who are going to parade part of my collection ” .

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What Carlos Falcó’s daughter has not clarified is whether her wedding will finally take place in El Rincón. The wedding is scheduled for June 17, but Gustavo, the priest of Aldea del Fresno, a municipality in Madrid where the farm is located, has denied it: “It is a sacred place, but I already know that it is small and that it is not They’re going to do it inside. If they do it there, Tamara told me that there’s no room for more than 12 people.”

However, the sister of Enrique Iglesias can still manage: “If she or any person wants to get married in a place other than the parish, they have to do the paperwork in their parish, which is called a marriage file. If the bishopric considers that it is fair that they do so if they are given permission”. And she added: “She told me that she had a priest friend that I don’t know because I simply delegate”.