The model and host Zaira Nara was visiting the program Fer Dente where were you reviewing “the record of your life” as usual with his guests. This section of the program will bring the most intimate memories of celebrities to light, and in this case, Zaira he remembered his childhood with his sister Wanda Nara and his parents.
She assured that the music takes her to a nice Sunday memory together to Nora Colosimo and Andrés Nara that managed to move everyone. “I remember a plan very punctually, that now that I’m a mom I understand them, when they didn’t have anything to do with us they would put us in the car on Sundays and my dad would put the CD’s on the entire Bee Gees album” started counting.
“I remember that at that time we lived in Libertador and we toured all of Libertador and perhaps if they had done well they would buy us an ice cream, how could the plan have an upgrade, if it was not just listening to music in the car” confessed the model, who remembered those days, long before the fame and luxury that the family lives today.
Then he explained what days were like at home when he saw his parents working. “Dad worked, he was a car salesman, a salesman, an agent, he bullies you and sells you everything. We both inherited that, that is, I am a rebecca and I really like working and selling. I really like producing my things, all the time. time I’m looking for things to do”
He also assured “My mother had the arduous task of raising the two of us, I now understand her, she said ‘oh poor thing, how difficult’ my mother had no help. Now it is widely used to have a babysitter even for a few days, I do not have a grandmother or someone to help me one day I go crazy, we don’t even know what to eat, I work a lot”.
“When Wanda and I were little, we were the same as now, we were very innocent, we played a lot together, we turned my mom’s house around. I was not rebellious, I was the perfect girl who, if a fork was missing at the table, would run out to look for it. always attentive to what they needed everything. And Wanda was Wanda, always rebellious. My mother said ‘Well, it’s that Zairita this and Wanda is Wanda.’ Zaira closed, demonstrating once again the excellent relationship she always had with the businesswoman.
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