Tamara Falcó's 'getaways', revealed: we know why she takes refuge at her mother's house

Rumors about an alleged marital crisis between Tamara Falco e Inigo Onieva They continue to gain strength despite the efforts of the protagonists to deny them. It all arose from an argument they had in a central Madrid restaurant and they ended up leaving separately. The latest information ensuring that the Marchioness of Griñón had slept outside the house that she shares with her husband to take refuge in hers. Isabel Preysler, they have fed them. This Friday, new data on these latest movements comes to light.

According to Carlos Gimeno, the reason why Tamara spent the night in Villameona has nothing to do with problems in her marriage but with business: “Many work meetings take place there, at his mother's house. Sometimes he finishes late and decides to stay”, has said. And not only that: apparently, Falcó and his mother share a morning routine: practicing yoga. “Tamara goes to her mother's house at eight in the morning to do yoga together. She leaves her house before the press arrives, at seven thirty in the morning, and when the photographers arrive at Isabel's house at nine they see her leaving and believe that she has slept there, but that is not the case. “.

“I don't have to put up with this”

The marchioness assured this Friday that the rumors about her marital crisis “are cyclical” and that she has resigned herself to having to listen to them “every 15 or 20 days.” However, she seemed very upset with this information during her last intervention in The Anthill: “There is a lot of news that is a lie. There are journalists behind me telling me outrageous things about my family, my husband… I don't have to put up with that,” she said.

Tamara Falcó assured that she is very overwhelmed by the media interest she arouses and that she herself feeds with her exclusives (very well paid) to her leading magazine: “I try not to let this overwhelm me. I have moved to a place where I go in with my car, no one has access to me, I have the gym in the building… I don't hide but I do protect myself.” And she added: “It's one thing to be asked for a photo and another to be harassed. There are people who believe they have the right to look at you from the street with binoculars.”