Aislinn Derbez, Manuel Mijares, Pedro Fernández and more famous people share their plans to celebrate Christmas in the middle of the Covid-19 pandemic, and what everyone makes clear is that it will be with caution and only with the family.
“To be happy and have a healthy family here by my side,” he says. Enrique Guzman.
Pedro Fernández will be accompanied by his wives: his wife Rebeca Garza, his daughters Gema, Karina and Osmara, as well as his grandson Martín.
“We are always at home, we enjoy being together, we enjoy dinner, gifts, which by the way will not be many this Christmas because obviously you cannot go out and buy anything, and if you want to buy something right now it will arrive in February, then as the gift had nothing to do with it; but the most important thing is that we are going to pass by thanking God for our good health, our well-being ”.
“Christmas with the family, we are going to get together as many of the family as possible and there at home, every year”, assures Aislinn Derbez.
Daniela Álvarez, actress of “La Mexicana y el Güero”, has a great responsibility on this date, as she will be in charge of preparing the main dish.
“In my family, the tradition is cod, every year cod is made. My grandmother used to do it, now it’s going to be my turn to do it, so let’s see how it works out for me, I hope I have learned very well and that it will work out, because if I don’t they will ban me from the family ”.
Manuel Mijares will spend it with his children Lucero and José Manuel, but very close to Lucero, as they have many advantages as neighbors.
“The matter is very familiar, we do it here at home, remember that Lucerito (and I) are neighbors, from here I see his house, here it is together, so the children go there, they come here.
“We have always spent it in Mexico calm and it will be the same here, perhaps obviously with more prevention.”
For Emilio Osorio, son of Niurka Marcos and Juan Osorio, Christmas means being with his family and he remembers one of the most eventful moments that he experienced in this celebration.
“The best Christmas memory I have is me falling back from a balcony, falling on top of the Christmas tree and destroying my last porcelain mother’s birth.
“I fall down, I break everything, and when I break everything, my mother turns to see me, puts her hands on her head and when I thought she was worried about me, I told her ‘don’t worry, I’m fine’, to calm her down, and it says ‘my birth!’
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