Gloria and Emilio Estefan reveal intimate episodes

MIAMI (EFE) .— Gloria and Emilio Estefan revealed that in love they get along better “in Spanish” and that they have faced difficult situations, including a barrier Gloria’s mother put on him at the beginning of the relationship.

In the latest installment of the Red Table Talk: The Estefan series, which airs on Facebook Watch, the Estefan said that on July 4, 1976 and that night, they were in the middle of the fireworks from On. started going out on Independence Day, Emilio Gloria stole a kiss.

It all began 45 years ago when they talked about different topics in this English-language program between Gloria, the TV presenter Lili Estefan, Emilio’s niece, and Emily, the youngest daughter of the marriage.

“I didn’t think I would get married. I had to take care of my father, I had so much responsibility as a child. I wanted to live, I wanted to study, I wanted to travel … I wanted to study diplomacy and international law. It had never crossed my mind … I want to get married. What happened? Destino, ”admitted Gloria Estefan.

When they met, Emilio led the band The Miami Latin Boys and later founded Miami Sound Machine, whose singer was Gloria.

The current music producer revealed in the conversation that Gloria’s mother was hard on him before she married. “He always slammed the door in my face,” he recalls.

“It was worse”

“We were together for two years and then he gave me this ring. I think he thought it would automatically change my mother … It was worse, ”the artist explained.

“Do you speak Spanish or English in your intimate moments?” Asked Lili Estefan. Gloria replied without hesitation: “in Spanish.”

“Discussions and emotional issues: Spanish to the end,” he concluded.

“To have a long relationship, you have to be innovative, do new things and be creative. You have to be creative, ”emphasizes Emilio.

The Estefan marriage was linked in this chapter by the couple consisting of actor and model Nico Tortorella and fitness and lifestyle entrepreneur Bethany C. Meyers.

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