Juan Carlos I, a Montserrat

I heard it say to Juan Luis Galiacho placeholder image, a journalist specialized in all kinds of investigations. In his resume you can also find a Gil and Gil than a Jesus of the Great Power.

That day, Galiacho and Matamoros made common cause in the program Live life focusing on the borbonate that occupies us since Felipe V. Matamoros emphasized some details of don Juan de Borbón (John III, who would say Luis Maria Ansón), a man who was half warrior, half sea wolf. And although he was not blond like beer, his arms were tattooed and he knew the customs of the sailors well. Don Juan was big as a closet, he sailed on the Giralda, played golf, drank gin, and was a born survivor.

Juan Luis Galiacho, on the other hand, compensated for the biographical details of the count of Barcelona with a newsflash that played in favor of the emeritus king. To understand us, an exclusive at the foot of the newspaper.

The exclusive had been disclosed in recent days in the surroundings of King Juan Carlos, understanding by environment the heart of the CEOE, people with fine noses, collectors of hunting trophies, fans of inbreeding, wealthy with private planes and vocational landowners.

Galiacho rubbed his hands about Juan Carlos’s traveling projects, the king who was not there nor was he expected. Exclusives are the Columbus egg of journalism. As long as there is news, there will be exclusives. Or, what is the same, paid reports.

The exclusive of Galiacho saw the light at the end of the afternoon, when the journalist recounted the adventures of the family of Cusí to ask Felipe VI to make possible Juan Carlos’ trip to Spain to visit his soul brother, suffering from an unfortunate illness.

At the moment, on the part of the Royal House there is only silence, although hope remains. Inés Muíños, third wife of Cusí and daughter of Alfredo MuíñosA famous ophthalmologist at the Barraquer clinic, now deceased, maintains a great friendship with the emeritus and does not lose the illusion of seeing her husband receiving the last hug from the ex-monarch. Both have always treated each other as brothers (and they really do look alike).

Whatever the response of the current king, it is to be hoped that Felipe VI will not forget the gesture that Cusí made when he gave them more than half the money that his honeymoon cost to the islands of Fiji, Samoa, Cambodia and so on. The trip arranged it Corinna and amounted to 467,000 dollars, paying Cusí 270,000. Mr. and Mrs. Smith (a pseudonym used by the kings to camouflage themselves) have always avoided commenting on the subject.

Cusí now passes his illness between Barcelona and his farmhouse in El Bruch, a property that don Juan Carlos already knows. As a project, it’s not bad. There, at the foot of the mountains of Montserrat, it is possible that he even received the favor of some independent Catalans. You never know.

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