© Newsroom Dona Odette died in 2019, at the age of 95 Last Thursday, the 15th, Teachers’ Day was celebrated! And Claudia Raia used the Instagram to do a tribute to his mother, Dona Odette, who died on March 20, 2019 at the age of 95. Along with a very beautiful photo of the two, the actress wrote the following: Mom was my best teacher in life, I became a dancer and faced the challenges of this profession and life was thanks to this wonderful woman! Happy Teachers’ Day to all these heroes who teach us so much! In the comments, celebrities like Miguel Falabella wrote messages to her friend: Oh I miss you !!! Klebber Toledo and Ary Fontoura sent little hearts of support to Claudia. Lots of love, right? Remembering that Edson Celulari, ex-husband of the actress, had paid tribute to the ex-mother-in-law, as well as one of your children, Enzo. Nowadays, he is married to Karin Roepk, while Claudia made official her union with Jarbas Homem de Mello. Gallery: Flávia Viana publishes a photo with Gabriel: It makes me feel like Wonder Woman. See the best moments of the family together! (Starring)
Flávia Viana continues to delight fans and followers by showing Gabriel, her youngest son! At the
Instagram, the influencer posted a photo in which she appears with her nose glued to her son’s and wrote: He makes me feel like Wonder Woman! My best version without a doubt! Moms know that the watchword is donation! But what would that life be worth if it weren’t for giving our best to people? God has enabled us to do that! I love you son! Through the eyes of Sister Sabrina. We already Stories, Flávia said that the puerperium phase has been complicated due to the pain of the cesarean section that she performed. The pain of a caesarean section, the post is very difficult. I am taking care of myself, said. She also said that she is very swollen from childbirth and even looks like she is still pregnant. -I got a little scared when I left the surgery, I got to the room, I said: but guys, didn’t Gabriel get taken off? Am I still pregnant? The belly is the size it was when I was pregnant. , said. To top it off, she said that in order to reduce the swelling and make the body gradually return to its pre-pregnancy shape, it has been drinking a lot of water, doing breathing exercises, using the brace a few times a day and even stopped eating some silly food, in a 100% healthy diet. Next, see more moments of the family together!
Flávia Viana left fans and followers drooling by posting yet another photo of Gabriel’s face! The baby, which is the result of his relationship with Marcelo Zangrandi, appeared all dressed up while taking a nap.
-Living such a unique moment. Post surgery that is more delicate, absolute rest. I’m taking the opportunity to breastfeed Gabriel a lot. There is the whole initial phase in the hospital, the milk footprint … so, I am living this moment. I want to thank each message. I know how much you guys lived this with me.she said after filming the baby. Flávia also spoke about the recovery of the cesarean section: But I’m already very well in relation to postpartum, the surgery in Asia is great thanks to God. The pain is really annoying. Breastfeeding requires a lot of patience, right, mom? And completed by writing on Gabriel’s photo: We follow here! Mom without sleep, but very happy! . Cute, right?
Owl-mum around here! A few hours after Gabriel’s birth, on September 16, Flávia Viana showed that she is radiant with the whole family. She published on
Instagram a video in which the oldest daughter, 17-year-old Sabrina, appears with her younger brother in her arms. In the caption, the influencer wrote: I am a lucky woman. I have you. Sassá and Gabriel, what a duo huh!.
Flávia also couldn’t resist Marcelo Zangrandi’s cute moment with her son in her arms.
Daddy babysitter, we have here!, wrote the influencer.
Mom announced Gabriel’s arrival through a publication in the
Instagram, posting the photo above, in which she appears still pregnant. WAS BORN!!!! Our Gabriel Viana Zangrandi! I promise to come back here in more detail. God is Faithful! Gratitude. Life!she wrote.
A few hours after Gabriel’s birth, Marcelo published a photo of the baby’s little hand and wrote:
In remarkable moments like this, I usually recall emotions from the past, my achievements, learnings, moments in family and friends. Everything that led me to be where I am and be who I am! Today I lived all those moments in my head when I saw my son for the first time, it was so magical that my desire was to show everyone that I love his arrival! Thank you God for this incredible family that gave me! We will be the best parents in the world for Gabriel!
But the person responsible for telling that Gabriel had arrived was Flávia Viana’s father-in-law and Marcelo’s father! At the
Instagram Stories, João Zangrandi just wrote was born, leaving the fans of the couple beyond curious! Then the owl dad released a photo of the foot test. Hours earlier, the couple had told their followers that Flavia’s purse broke at 5 am and they were on their way to maternity. The announcement of the pregnancy happened in May, exactly on Mother’s Day, when the influencer celebrated the fact that she managed to get pregnant after having suffered two miscarriages.
7/7 SLIDES Below, see the celebrities who left us in 2020:
Paul Matters, a former AC / DC bassist, died on October 14. The news was confirmed by the biographer of the band, Jesse Fink, through Twitter, leaving just one message: Rest in peace, mate, in the caption of a photo of the musician. Matters ‘friend Rod Wescombe also used social media to mourn the loss: He lived a secluded life in his later years and his early’ rock n ‘roll’ lifestyle led to poor health. He will be missed by everyone who met him. Paul joined AC / DC in 1975, replacing Larry Ban Kriedt, after recording the band’s debut album. He was replaced by Mark Evans weeks after being fired by vocalist Bon Scott. Next, see the celebrities who left us in 2020.
Conchata Ferrell, an actress who lived in Berta in Two And a Half Men, died last Monday, the 12th, at the age of 77. According to Deadline, she was in a hospital in California, United States, and could not resist after complications from cardiac arrest. In 2020, she, who was nominated for an Emmy twice for the role and also participated in productions like LA Law, Buffy and Grace and Frankie, had already discovered a serious kidney infection and suffered a heart attack.
Actress Margaret Nolan died at the age of 76 on October 5, according to Variety magazine. Initially, the information was released by director Edgar Wright who worked with Nolan on his latest film, Last Night In Soho. It is my sad duty to report that the magnificent actress and artist Margaret Nolan has passed away. The actress was mainly known for her role as the Bond Girl Dink in 007 Against Goldfinger, alongside Sean Connery in 1964.
Actor Cecil Thiré died on October 9 in Rio de Janeiro, according to information from the newspaper Extra. He was 77 years old and had faced Parkinson’s disease for some years. Cecil, who is the son of Tônia Carrero, who died in 2018, leaves seven grandchildren and four children, three of whom are also actors: Luísa, Carols and Miguel, fruits of their marriage to Norma Pesce. In addition to having participated in the soap operas Roda de Fogo, Top Model, The Next Victim, among others, Cecil was also a director since he was 19 years old. .
Eddie Van Halen, guitarist and founder of the band Van Halen, died at age 65 after a long battle with throat cancer. According to TMZ, he was admitted to St. Johns hospital and died on 6 October. His wife, Janie, was at his side, as were his son, Wolfgang, and his brother, Alex. In his last 72 hours of life, Eddie’s battle was difficult. Doctors had discovered that his throat cancer had spread to his brain, in addition to other organs. The battle against the disease lasted more than a decade. Despite having been a smoker for much of his life, the musician believed that cancer had arisen from the fact that he had the habit of holding a metal reed with his mouth for more than 20 years. Wolfang, who has been part of the band as a bassist since 2006, spoke via Twitter: I can’t believe I’m having to write this, but my father, Edward Lodewijk Van Halen, lost his long and arduous battle with cancer this morning. He was the best dad I could have asked for. Every moment I shared with him on and off the stage was a gift. My heart is broken and I don’t think I will fully recover from this loss. I love you very much Dad
Joaquín Salvador Lavado Tejón, better known as Quino, died at the age of 88. Argentinian cartoonist, he was responsible for creating the comic books of the character Mafalda. The information was revealed by Daniel Divinsky, editor of Quino, through Twitter and, according to the newspaper Clarín, the cause of death was a stroke. Born in 1932, Quino gained international recognition for the creation of Mafalda. In 1982, he was chosen cartoonist of the year by a global commission of artists, in addition to receiving the French Legion of Honor in 2014.
Thomas Jefferson Byrd, a 70-year-old actor who participated in several Spike Lee productions, was shot dead in Atlanta, United States, on October 4. The information was confirmed by the director himself, who spoke about the tragedy on social media: I am sad to announce the tragic murder of our dear brother Thomas Jefferson Byrd last night in Atlanta, Georgia, Lee wrote in the caption for a photo of the actor on the recordings of the 1995 Blood Brothers movie. According to the TMZ website, the police found Byrd unconscious and took him to the hospital. Doctors reported several gunshot wounds to the actor’s back. Byrd also starred in Girl 6, 1996, Decisive Play, 1998, Summer at Red Hook, 2012, and Chi-raq, 2016.
Former Menudo Anthony Galindo did not resist a suicide attempt and, after six days in hospital, died at the age of 41, on October 3. It was the family who broke the news, and warned that, as it was their will, they will donate the organs of Galindo, who remained in the Puerto Rican boyband from 1995 to 2000, when she came to an end. That way, the moment he leaves us, he will be able to help other people and save their lives, said Galindo’s family, who suffered from depression.