There is barely a month left for the big wedding of the year, that of Tamara Falcó (41) and Íñigo Onieva (33), and the Marquise de Griñón has begun her fine-tuning by placing herself in the hands of the Buchinger clinic, in Marbella, where she usually goes often with his mother, Isabel Preysler. The weight gain that Tamara has experienced in recent months has been from comments that have not sat well with her. In fact, she has denied Vanitatis that she is going to enter the famous clinic to lose weight before the wedding, on July 8, as has been published.
On the contrary, she has defended her body and has assured, annoyed, that she is at her "normal weight". "What I will do will be the same as I do in summer. The difference is that I am going to change the timing", Tamara clarified to Vanitatis. Isabel Preysler's daughter is angry with the public concern about her physique and because it has been commented that her break with Sophie et Voilà, who were going to design her wedding dress, is due to the fact that she has gained weight. "The dress is made to measure and, therefore, it is made to my body. What a nonsense and lack of respect. I am at my normal weight," she told the same publication.
Tamara has specified that at the Buchinger clinic she is only going to undergo facial treatments and a detox diet. "To lose those kilos I would have to spend a year. That I could be thinner, yes; but, come on, I find it all a bit outrageous. As I have said several times, for me the important thing is the sacrament of marriage, " has specified.
It was in Sálvame where they announced that the Marquise de Griñón was going to enter a clinic to lose weight quickly. In the Telecinco program they pointed out that the initial goal of losing 15 kilos had been reduced to 8 or 9, an important weight for which an income of several weeks would be required, something that she has now denied to Vanitatis.
The recommended stay for a substantial loss of kilos is 14 days. During 10 of them, the patients only take broths, juices and infusions. Those two weeks, depending on the room chosen, cost between 5,000 and 30,000 euros.
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