Camilo's wife made a post lamenting the loss of her "second dad", which left everyone captivated on social networks.
Over the years, Evaluna Montaner has been increasingly positioning herself in the Latin music and entertainment market. This is mainly since she is the owner of great artistic talent. Thanks to this, Ricardo Montaner's daughter has had great success in acting as well as singing. Proving that he can do both without any problem.
However, the beautiful Latina has also followed in her mother's footsteps since on several occasions she has participated as director of the music videos of her husband, the brilliant singer, Camilo. An example of this is that Evaluna directed the music video for "Titanic" that the "Tutu" interpreter made with Kany García.
On the other hand, during the last days of December last year, Evaluna, along with the rest of her family, released the song called "Amen." It has the participation of Ricardo Montaner himself, Mau & Ricky, and Camilo. Since its premiere, it already has more than 78 million views on YouTube. Clearly, it has become one of the most listened-to musical themes of the moment.
While on social media she and her dear husband have the great popularity. They demonstrate this daily in their stories and posts that they constantly add to their digital platforms. Recently, the beautiful artist showed that she started this 2021 with a new tattoo on her back.
However, the life of this great artist is not rosy, since a few hours ago on her Instagram account she shared an image that captivated everyone. In it, he talks about the death of his beloved "Ruper". The full message reads like this: "My Ruper. My second dad. The one with the contagious and scandalous laugh went to be with God. The first to taste my cookies and say" hey, so good, I want at least 3 in an I talk ”expresses Evaluna.
She continues saying "The one who always smelled good. The one who took care of me and the one who told me all the stories of his childhood. The man most loved in the house by all. The one who changed our lives. I will be eternally grateful. We are going to miss you. But we see you up there. At the end of the rainbow. We love you forever, Ruper. "