Like Suzanna Freitas, Mariana Bridi said she will have breast surgery. Unlike Kelly Key’s daughter, who will undergo a mastopexy, Rafael Cardoso’s wife will decrease the size of her breasts once they give her back pain. “As soon as possible, when the corona is over and I am safe, I will have surgery to shrink my breasts because they give me a megador on my back,” he said in a conversation with followers on Instagram.
Mariana Bridi counters criticism about her appearance
An example of empowerment for fans, Mariana assessed the criticism she receives about her appearance. “It doesn’t affect me that much, not at all, really,” said the youtuber, who lost weight, but did not reveal how much weight he lost: “I went back to working out, eating better again, because I was crazy about food in quarantine. I really hate working out. But I work out because it is important for health. We have to understand that it is not a matter of aesthetics, it is a matter of health. We do it with no desire, but understanding that it has a purpose “.
Influencer denies jealousy of Rafael Cardoso
Mariana also said she was jealous of her husband’s romantic couples on TV. “I don’t have it, not at all. Not that I’m not jealous, but not in relation to roles, romantic couple, these things. Because I know 99% of people,” explained the businesswoman, who praised the fact that Rafael Cardoso has many skills in household chores: “It’s very good, it solves a lot of things”.
Actress’s family is fine after testing positive for covid-19
In the last month, Mariana, Rafael and their children, Aurora, 6, and Valentim, 2, were diagnosed with coronavirus. “The children are asymptomatic. Rafael and Mariana had mild symptoms in the first two days, but they are already well,” informed the heartthrob’s press office at the time. When asked about the family’s health status after testing positive for the disease, Mariana said that everyone is cured, but still quarantined. “We continue with the same criteria as those who did not get Covid. We are taking care of ourselves, doing the same things we did before. It is not over yet, okay? There is no vaccine, it is not over,” he said.
(By Patrícia Dias)