translated from Spanish: Actor Carlos Madrigal’s father dies from Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Carlos Madrigal, actor of the telenovela «My husband has more family», made known on his social networks the unfortunate death of his father Antonio Madrigal, because of Coronavirus (COVID-19); died in total isolation in Spain.The Spanish actor Carlos Madrigal shared that the hardest thing is not being able to have been with his father in his last moments. «To you, to my father, to my creator, my hero, my everything. Dad, you were a fighter until the last moment, a tireless worker like the old ones, always in charge and willing to take your family forward.»
Lover of nature and animals in the purest style ‘Félix Rodríguez de la Fuente’, with you we discover how to connect with the land, with your excursions, with those long walks on the mountain, with the camping on the beach.

To you, to my father, to my creator, my hero, my everything. Dad You were a fighter until the last moment, a tireless worker like the ones before, always in charge and willing to take your family forward. Lover of nature and animals in the purest style «Félix Rodríguez de la Fuente». With you we discover how to connect with the land, with your excursions, with those long walks on the mountain, with the camping on the beach. You taught us to enjoy something as simple as observing the firmament at night and starting to count the thousands of stars that make it up, away from any light pollution. (Now I know that you will always be there, shining to light our way, to watch over us, as you always have.) We all thought this day was never going to come, because we’ve seen you get out of a lot of tricky situations. My father was a Warrior, a superhero, like the ones I saw in comics when I was little. With you he couldn’t get that car accident where you got stuck between two trucks and left you in a coma for two weeks, With the broken ribs and multiple wounds, with you he could not fall a roof at 15 meters high, could not catch that bull in the enclosures, nor an electrocution for more than 30 seconds with high voltage cables, two heart attacks, the break of the hips, nor so if he wanted Flu A. He had to come a global pandemic to be able to with you. You’ve always fought like a gladiator, and as a gladiator you’ve left us, fighting «the beast» in one hand-to-hand over the arena of the great Colosseum. The saddest thing about this whole situation that is affecting Spain and the world in general, is to be told that a loved one is going to die, and you can’t go through with those last moments, hold his hand before his departure, and have to undertake that journey alone and isolated, when he claims to be able to see his family once again. It’s hard not to be able to make him a dignified farewell (funeral or burial) as he deserved, but the hardest thing is NOT being able to feel the warm embrace of your family and friends in these difficult times. Rest in peace, Dad, we’ll never forget you ❤️
A post shared by C A R L O S M A D R I GAL (@carlosmadrigal1) on 23 Mar 2020 at 12:30 PDT

«You taught us to enjoy something as simple as observing the firmament at night and starting to count the thousands of stars that make it up, away from any light pollution (now I know you will always be there, shining to light up the way, to watch over us, as you always have). We all thought this day was never going to come, because we’ve seen you get out of a lot of tricky situations,» he said in his post.

The actor in the Mexican soap opera «My Husband Has More Family,» noted that his father was a warrior, a superhero like those he saw in comics when he was little. «With you he couldn’t get that car accident where you got stuck between two trucks and left you in a coma for two weeks, With the broken ribs and multiple wounds, with you he could not fall a roof at 15 meters high, he could not catch that bull in the confinements, nor an electrocution for more than 30 seconds with high voltage cables, two heart attacks, the break of the hips, not even so much the Influenza A».
A global pandemic had to come to be able to handle you, you always fought like a gladiator, and as a gladiator you have left us, fighting ‘the beast’ in a hand-to-hand over the arena of the great Colosseum.

«The saddest thing about this whole situation that is affecting Spain and the world at large is to be told that a loved one is going to die, and you can’t go through those last moments, hold hands with him before his departure and have to undertake that journey alone and isolated, when he claims to be able to see his family once again. It’s hard not to be able to make him a dignified farewell (funeral or burial) as he deserved, but the hardest thing is not being able to feel the warm embrace of your family and friends in these difficult times. Rest in peace, Dad, we’ll never forget you ❤️.»



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