Get to know Sebastián Rulli’s millionaire mansion from the inside in ‘Los ricos también lloran’

Sebastián Rulli enjoys the luxuries of his mansion in ‘The Rich Also Cry’

Photo: The Rich Also Cry/Instagram/Mezcante

The Mexican soap opera ‘Rich people cry too’ marked an era at the end of the 1970s, by counting among its cast celebrities of the stature of Veronica Castro and of the deceased Roger War.

Such was the success of the plot that TelevisaUnivision decided to repeat the formula and make a remake starring Claudia Martín and Sebastián Rulli.

The new version, which tells the love story of ‘Mariana Villarreal’ and ‘Luis Alberto Salvatierra’, takes place in an impressive mansion that has all the luxuries and comforts that we can imagine.

Through a video published on the project’s social networks, ‘Matilde’, a character played by Paola Toyos, showed some of the most intimate places of the spectacular residence.

“In this house, punctuality and order are very important”, is the message with which ‘Matilde’ received the fans of the plot before letting them go to see the bowels of the Salvatierra home.

The house, from what we could see, has a hall, a kitchen, a dining room, a living room, an office, among other rooms.

While showing the property, ‘Matilde’ shared details of the personality of each of its inhabitants, as well as the taste they had for certain types of coffee and other beverages.

In addition to attracting attention for its interiors, the house also stands out for its spectacular exteriors, its fountains and its gardens, which take us back to some European palace.

‘The Rich Also Cry’ already premiered this Monday in Mexico, while in a few more months it will do so in the United States.

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