“I have already made two gazpachos and a few other things and I have low blood pressure”, he proclaims amused Caroline Cerezuela before nine-thirty in the morning. And it is that this unstoppable mother of three children gets up at half past seven even in summer. Has his 42 years old, the wife of tennis player Carlos Moya He is enthusiastic about his return to television. For the past few weeks, he has been presenting the Telecinco contest “Tonight, I win” with Christian Gálvez. But this Friday evening, she was the winner when she received the Trophy ‘Summer Majorcans’ for her unconditional love for the island that she discovered with her husband.
One more year, the ‘Summer Mallorquines’ evening, instituted in Palma by the prestigious public relations firm Tommy Ferragut, brought together some 80 people from the world of culture and journalism on the terrace of the mythical suite 702 of the Valparaíso hotel, mythical “headquarters” of Julio Iglesias and refuge of many other international celebrities. Cerezuela is the eighth winner to which Toni Ferrer, General Manager of the GPRO Valparaíso Palace, presents the imposing Gordiola blown glass palm tree, the trophy that has already been won in previous years by celebrities such as Diandra Douglas, Kyril of Bulgaria, former L American Ambassador James Costos and Norma Duval.
With spectacular views of the sunset over the Bay of Palma in the background, the dinner was led by the host hotel’s chef, Carlos Botella, who prepared a menu based on local produce accompanied by wines and Mallorcan liqueurs Pla i Llevant Moyá, a fun coincidence with the surname of the former tennis player and husband of the winner, also present at the party. “I had not been to Mallorca before meeting Carlos”, explained the actress, born in Elche. Today, his children are studying on the island, and two of them are Mallorcan by birth. “Mallorca is a fundamental part of my story. Here, in 15 minutes, you are in diverse and spectacular environments, there is an incredible quality of life. And I I’m already so Mallorcan that I don’t go to the beach in July and August. I take advantage of it the other months of the year.”
While rediscovering, as she says, “the taste for television”, after five years without presenting a programCarolina tries not to pay much attention to the public. “Going out in the summer is always a bit spicy to the bone,” he says. The competition is all about challenges and she admits to being an adrenaline junkie. “My biggest challenge is being a mother of three children, something difficult to manage in such a troubled world, as I am also determined that they grow up emotionally healthy and secure.” Their children are Carla, almost 12 years old, Carlos junior (9) and Daniela (8).
After a recent concert with Anglada in the cloister of the convent of Santo Domingo in Pollença, Cerezuela decided to take a vacation. “It’s time to relax,” he reasons. And that includes a family getaway and many days of relaxation on the island… “If age has given me anything, it’s serenity, self-confidence and balance. At 42 , I left my regrets behind me and I feel happier than ever.”