Irina Baeva and Gabriel Soto's wedding could occur "in the middle of the year
Russian-born actress Irina Baeva clarified that the wedding plans were slowed because she and her partner were fulfilling professional promises.
Actress Irina Baeva said she would like her wedding to Gabriel Soto "already . Yet, she emphasized that both had kept preparations on hold due to professional commitments, although they expected it would be in the middle of this year.
Baeva said that she wanted her relatives to travel to Mexico to enjoy it, as they had not seen each other for two years due to the epidemic, so they stayed with them. Share important decisions like marriage.
The Russian-born actress told TVyNovelas, "I would also like it to be (marriage). Although we are still preparing for the telenovela, we hope it will be in the middle of the year.
Gabriel Soto's recent partner talked about the idea of beginning a family. However, he stressed that his professional life should not be neglected, which is essential, thinking about what he should do after leaving his country of origin and moving to another nation.
Irina said I say this right now because I'm not a mother, but I don't know how I would respond. However, I've always felt that the priorities change when one decides to have children, and it's about adjusting to certain things.
The 29-year-old actress said she was considering hiring a translator so that her relatives could comprehend the ceremony. This will be one of the most relevant details of marriage. First, however, we must recognize that the relatives are of Russian descent and do not speak Spanish.
We are seeing this problem, for example, translator, because my family does not speak Spanish. So they are like a lot of details.
That we have to check, also, we want this kind of fusion of Mexican wedding with a little Russian wedding.
So, for instance, we're attempting to combine menus for one thing and elements of another, in Despierta América, "said Baeva.
She added that she would like her family to drive to Mexico. "I haven't seen my parents for more than two years because of an epidemic."