“It was very stormy…”: Carolina Soto was honest and spoke about the separation she experienced with her daughter

“It was very stormy…”: Carolina Soto was honest and spoke about the separation she experienced with her daughter
“It was very stormy…”: Carolina Soto was honest and spoke about the separation she experienced with her daughter

In the recent chapter of “The Divine Food“, singer Carolina Soto revealed details about his special relationship with his daughter and He remembered the hard separation he experienced with his little girl.

The artist was the third host of the night and welcomed the senator into her home Paulina Vodanovicto the founder of the Buin Zoo, Ignacio Idalsoagaand to the journalist Marcelo Arismendiwho joined the chapter to replace DJ Mendez.

During the conversation, Carolina opened up and talked about her daughter, along with remember the time they spent apart when the singer lived in another country.

I had her when I was 24 (her daughter)”, he explained at the outset. “I got married very young the first time, (I was) 22 years old. Obviously, I am not with that person because I should not be with that person, but if I had not met him I would not be with my daughter.”, he expressed.

“That person had to come and give me something to be with Francisca today,” he explained.

Along the same lines, the singer assured that her 16-year-old daughter is “a very pretty girl, with beautiful feelings, with very beautiful values. Her father and I have done that, so deep down it is a mutual effort.”.

Lived five years in another country

Regarding the breakup, Carolina commented that “It was difficult for us, separations are not easy, nor on good terms either. I think that time has brought peace”.

At the same time, the singer also referred to the time she spent away from her daughter. “I am grateful that everything that happened happened, because it was very stormy, me being in Mexico and her being here, everything that happened was very stormy”.

When asked how long she was distanced from the young woman, Carolina explained that it was “periodic.” “I lived in Mexico for five years and traveled every two months.”, he said.

“I conveyed to her, now that she is older, that one must always take risks and fight for one’s dreams. And I tried to do the best I could, I don’t know if it worked for me, I think that being a mother there is no manual,” Carolina Soto concluded.

 
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