Tamara Falco He lost on March 20 of last year one of the great supporters of his life, his father, Carlos Falcó, Marquis of Griñón. A man she always admired and who wrote in her last wishes that she was the one in charge of holding her most media title after her death. A death that has been remembered more than a year later in the basilica of San Francisco el Grande in Madrid on a funeral that has brought together a large part of the Spanish aristocracy and high society.
No one has wanted to miss the opportunity to remember and pay tribute to the marquis, who did so much for the Spanish culture, nor to offer his condolences in person to his widow, Esther Doña, and her five childrenAll of them present, accompanied by their families at all times.
Manolo Falcó He was the first of them to arrive at the Madrid temple. He did it accompanied by his wife, Amparo Corsini, and her three children, Carlos, Manuela and Mariana. All five of them have been living in London for years.
Behind them came Xandra Falcó from the hand of his inseparable daughter, Isabella Carvajal, that weeks after the death of his grandfather, suffered the sudden death of his father, Jaime Carvajal.
A few minutes later, it was Tamara, one of the most anticipated, the one that entered the church. She did it alone, with a determined step and without her boyfriend, Iñigo Onieva. That was the only moment of the mass in which the current Marchioness of Griñón has been alone.
His group of friends, who this year has become a kind of alternative family, has been supporting her during this tough time. None of the essential people around Tamara have wanted to leave her alone on this important day. Faith has been her refuge during this terrible blow and this Mass was everything to her.
In addition to Iñigo Onieva, with whom after the summer will celebrate a year of relationship, his cousin Álvaro Falcó, son of Carlos Falcó’s brother, the Marquis of Cubas, also deceased because of the covid, has not wanted to be absent either. He has come from the hand of his fiancée, Isabelle Junot, whom he is scheduled to marry next year in a wedding in which Tamara, his intimate, is expected to witness. His relationship is almost one of brothers, as is the one he maintains with another of his cousins, Álvaro Castillejo Preysler.
Isabel Preysler’s nephew is another of the essential people in the life of the Marquise de Griñón. With a personality very similar to that of his brother Julio Iglesias Jr., Álvaro has been one of the great supporters during this difficult year. He has not come alone, but hand in hand with Cristina Fernandez Torres, who has been engaged since last year and who would have married this summer in Sotogrande if not for the strict restrictions derived from the pandemic. He will do it next year at a wedding that promises to reunite the entire Presyler clan.
And from cousins who look like brothers to friends of whom Tamara is one more twin. We talk about Casilda and Ana Finat, two of the most important people in the life of Isabel Preysler’s daughter. Casilda, Viscountess of Rías, has been one of Tamara’s confidants for decades. In fact, these two sisters were two of those in charge of providing her support on the set of ‘MasterChef Celebrity’, in which a few weeks later she would rise as the just winner.
And if we talk about confidants, we cannot fail to mention two of your representatives from The Lab Talents team, managers of the daily agenda of the Marchioness. Dácil Romero and Natalia Presas were in charge of accompanying Tamara to the church, where they have witnessed this beautiful funeral in which her environment has closed ranks to give her their support.
Álvaro, the only Preysler
Of course, although Tamara has not lacked encouragement and support, it should be noted that Álvaro Castillejo has been the only Preysler who has crossed the threshold of the Basilica of San Francisco el Grande.
Neither Isabel Preysler nor none of his other four siblings (Chábeli, Enrique, Julio and Ana Boyer) They have attended mass, the latter four because they are outside of Spain due to work commitments.