Telemadrid skid on Twitter with Ana Obregón: “Give birth after a pregnancy in absolute discretion”

Spain is in shock with the new maternity of Ana García Obregón at 68 years old. The presenter, who lost her son Aless three years ago, traveled to Miami a few days ago to pick up her daughter, born through surrogacy.

The news has rocked social media and all television programs, which have addressed this information on the cover. From Ana Rosa’s program, which has taken him to his ‘political table’, to Espejo público, which has also treated him with the commentators from the first part of the program. He has also jumped to The hour of 1, the morning space of TVE. It has even appeared on Antena 3 Morning News.

The issue is the star issue on social networks, where a debate has been opened about the presenter’s age and also about the surrogacy process, a technique that is allowed in the US, but not in Spain.

In the midst of this debate that has been heating up little by little on social networks, a tweet from Telemadrid has come out that has ended up revolutionizing lantern users. The chain linked a story about the new motherhood of Ana Obregón and added the following comment: “The actress and businesswoman gave birth to a girl in Miami on March 20, a pregnancy that she carried in the most absolute discretion. As it is Logically, that message has had a great impact, with responses from countless users who did not believe what they were reading.

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Telemadrid rectifies and apologizes

Later, the chain deleted the message and corrected it: “Actress and businesswoman Ana Obregón, 68, has become a mother by surrogacy of a girl who was born on March 20 at the Memorial Regional Hospital in Miami health center , USA”.

Next, the Madrid regional chain has apologized, also through Twitter. “We apologize for the unfortunate tweet about the information on Ana Obregón’s surrogacy. We thank you infinitely for your understanding and trust. We will continue working to improve,” the channel’s network team wrote.