Mario Vargas Llosa seems to have returned to his ex-wife, Patricia, and resumed the life he left to join Isabel Preysler
Vargas Llosa with ex-wife Patricia in 2013

The scenario of a fragmented family, after the separation of Mario Vargas Llosa It is Patricia Llosa, now seems to be a thing of the past. After, in 2015, the writer put an end to the marriage that had lasted for 50 years and assumed a relationship with Isabel Preyslerwith whom he stayed for the next eight years, it was announced at the end of last year that the relationship between the Nobel Prize in Literature and socialite had come to an end (and not in a friendly way).

The separation of Mario Vargas Llosa and Patricia meant that the couple’s children, Álvaro, Gonzalo It is Morgana support the mother. However, after the break with Isabel Preysler, which led to accusations on both sides, the writer’s three children seem to be happier with the rapprochement between their parents, who have been seen together on several occasions, which points to a probable reconciliation. .

Mario and Patricia were seen together in early February in the Spanish capital, where they had lunch with their son Gonzalo and their granddaughters. Days later, the whole family traveled to Paris to, together, attend the investiture of Vargas Llosa as a member of the French Academy.

After the family got together a few months ago at their home in Lima, Peru, Mario and Patricia posed at the end of last week next to their granddaughter, Josefina Vargas Llosaand the groom, the Mexican engineer Emiliano Camarena, on their wedding day. The ceremony gathered the family in the Basilica of San Pedro, in Lima. On this special day, the eldest son of the writer shared last Friday, the 3rd, a photograph in which the bride and groom can be seen with Mario Vargas Llosa and Patricia. “Grandparents with the bride and groom”it reads.

A day later, Álvaro published photographs of his father again, now sitting at his desk in the family home in Lima. “At work, the next day, escorted across the Pacific, at the desk where he wrote ‘Historia de Mayta” and many others”wrote Álvaro, in the caption of the images.

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