She confirmed it just a few days ago, in the midst of a multitude of gossip about why she and Benji Aparicio had reconciled, but despite the fact that she is only seven weeks pregnant, Laura Matamoros already has certain things clear about what the delivery will be like. And no, it won’t be cheap.
The influence He wants everything to go perfectly and, if he can, even better than the last time, when he had little Matías, that in this same May he was blowing his first three candles. It is true that she has already told her followers that she feels more swollen than normal for what she has been pregnant, but surely where she plans to go they will solve the doubt in the blink of an eye.
At least, that is to be expected given what you are going to pay. The daughter of Kiko Matamoros is going to be put in the hands of Bmum, a private clinic located in Aravaca, in Madrid, in which, as its name indicates (“Be mum”, in English, means “To be a mother”), they are specialized in motherhood.
As they say from Informal, it is not only that the center catches them very close to the house that the couple has, but it fits what they were looking for, with a large group of gynecologists and a midwife, who almost guarantee a 24-hour delivery assistance.
Of course, that attention has a cost, although Laura Matamoros and Benji Aparicio have not found it to be a hindrance. They will pay 6,000 euros only for the cost of giving birth, since the previous tests and the consultations that are necessary have an additional cost of € 150 each.
It is understandable, therefore, that it is considered an exclusive clinic and that, to the detriment of Public Health, has been chosen by other wealthy pockets, who also share a trade with Laura Matamoros: last December, María Pombo gave birth to little Martín behind her doors, while in January Sandra Gago and Feliciano López received their son Darío in her. Also journalists Isabel Jiménez and Mina Bonino (partner of soccer player Fede Valverde) or the couple formed by Helen Lindes and Rudy Fernández paid the fee to be treated at the center.