Giovanna Ewbank announces that she has moved abroad with her family and explains why

Youtuber decided to move to Portugal with his children to be closer to Bruno Gagliasso

Reproduction/Instagram/brunogagliasso/11.06.2021Giovanna Ewbank went with her children to Portugal because Bruno Gagliasso is recording in Madrid

the youtuber and actress Giovanna Ewbank announced this Friday, 11, that he is no longer living in Brazil. In a post made on Instagram, the artist, who is married to the actor Bruno Gagliasso, explained why she decided to leave the country and start a new stage in Europe with her husband and children, Titi, Bless and Zyan. “We moved from suitcase and gourd to Portugal. We were already a few months away from Bruno and missing him so much! He’s in Madrid recording until September and now we can get closer to Dad. I have always been in love with Portugal and the fact that the pandemic is more under control here helped us a lot in this decision. We are now just an hour away and much happier,” wrote Giovanna. After ending his contract with Globo, Bruno signed with Netflix and recently started recording the Spanish series “Santo”, the actor’s first project on the streaming platform.

The actor’s wife explained to followers that she will not stop working and will continue to produce content for her YouTube channel. “I just need to get organized and stabilize so we can start recording again. You are going to love what I have programmed for you! I will show the news and welcome my guests virtually as I was already doing. Needless to say, how happy we are with our family together again, right?” said Giovanna. Several famous people commented on the actress’s publication and celebrated the news. “Much happiness in this new home”, wrote the presenter Maisa. “Whoa!! We have to bring the children together!”, posted the model Cíntia Dicker, surfer’s girlfriend Peter Scooby. “All the happiness in the world in the new home,” added the ex-BBB Thelma Assisi.

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