See what Griselda Haydee Zacchino, Soledad Pastorutti’s mother, looks like

Soledad Pastorutti She is very active on social media. He frequently shares content that attracts all the attention of users and his publications quickly fill up with ‘likes’ and comments. Now, the singer from Arequito shared in instagram a small photo album to greet Griselda Haydee Zacchinohis mother, on his birthday.

See what Griselda Haydee Zacchino, Soledad Pastorutti’s mother, looks like

“Happy birthday Ma. Always present, always all-terrain. I know you don’t like public life very much but people have to know that you are an incredible woman who is not afraid of anything. Thank you for so much and more. I love you,” he wrote The Sole.

Soledad Pastorutti’s publication for her mother

It didn’t take long for the messages to appear. “Very happy birthday to that great woman, have a great day and may God and the Virgin always take care of her”, “Happy birthday Gri”, “Very happy birthday for her! Thank you for giving us the best and most talented gringa in the world, Have a beautiful day” and “‘Always all-terrain’ Geminis are like that haha. Happy birthday to your mom, may she have had a day full of happiness”, are some of the many that can be read.

La Sole’s mother with her grandchildren

Pastorutti He has been in the artistic field for years. She began her musical career at a very young age and, when she started, she was identified by wearing a striking poncho to each performance. In fact, her first official record album was called Poncho in the wind. It was among the ten best-selling albums in the Argentine Republic for 1 year and a half.

If there is something for which she stands out Pastorutti It’s for never staying still. Last year she released Natural, their last studio album and it was a success. With this work he marked his return to music with Latin American roots.

 
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