Recently, approaches were captured between Mario Vargas Llosa and Patricia Llosa with their family. These meetings would suggest that the couple would have reconciled.
After the breakup of Mario Vargas Llosa and Isabel Preysler at the beginning of the year, the Spanish press has been capturing various outings between the Arequipa writer and his ex-wife Patricia Llosa. Of course, the meetings have taken place hand in hand with his family, since, as a result of their more than 50 years of commitment, they have three children, as well as grandchildren. The first public photo of both was taken by their own son Álvaro on an “investigative trip to northern Peru.”
The last time they were seen together was after a family meal attended by their children and granddaughters, in a well-known Madrid restaurant on Sunday, February 5. Mario and Patricia left separately, but arrived in the same vehicle. This event means a reconciliation for the journalist and director of the digital portal Vanitatis, Nacho Gay.
The family relationship between Mario Vargas Llosa and Patricia Llosa
The spread images of the Nobel Prize for Literature Mario Vargas Llosa and Patricia Llosa would only reinforce the idea of a reconciliation. “They have returned because it is what they had before, a family relationship rather than a marriage,” Nacho Gay said at the beginning.
“Mario has always liked to eat with his family on Sundays and he is trying to recover it. They are going to have it again (a relationship) because Isabel Preysler’s impediment no longer exists,” added the press man and stressed that he does not expect a wedding again.
Did MVLL and Patricia Llosa have a bad relationship?
Throughout the eight years that Mario Vargas Llosa was in a relationship with the Filipino socialite, he would not have had a cordial relationship with his ex-wife. The Spanish journalist gave details about the type of relationship they had. “For a long time they have gotten along very badly and the fact that he was with Isabel Preysler made it impossible for Vargas Llosa to relate to Patricia, because that could create a schism in ‘villa Meona’.”