As the RBD tour continued to dazzle fans with its nostalgic and euphoric performances, a personal crisis loomed behind the scenes. Maite Perroni, one of the band’s renowned members, faced a daunting challenge off-stage. While the group was on tour, news broke that the singer’s mother, Maite Beorlegui, had been hospitalized.
Beorlegui took to Instagram to share glimpses of her health struggle. Two poignant photos depicted the severity of her condition: one showed an infusion pump, commonly used for intravenous administration of medications, while the other captured an oxygen mask, suggesting its use during her recovery.
“It has been a difficult time for me,” Beorlegui captioned the images. Yet, despite the ordeal, she expressed gratitude for the second chance life had offered her. Now at home, she credits love and hope as the anchors that have helped her grapple with the situation.
Reflections and Gratitude
Beyond just providing an update on her health, Beorlegui’s post became a heartfelt reflection on life. She emphasized the preciousness of each day and expressed her gratitude for the unwavering support of her family and close friends. Notably, she gave special thanks to Andrés Tovar, her daughter’s partner, and her friends Andrea, Bessy, and Gaby.
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She had a touching message for her children – Maite, Adolfo, and Francisco – for their constant love and support. The post also held tender words for her granddaughter Lía, born recently on May 16th, and her other grandchildren, Mila and Lucas. Her wishes? Simply to watch them grow, love, and find joy in life.
Overwhelming Support from Fans
The news of Beorlegui’s hospitalization resonated deeply with her followers. Their outpouring of support filled the comment section of the post. Amidst countless messages calling her “a warrior” and offering prayers for her recovery, a particular comment stood out. It was from her daughter, Maite Perroni, who wrote, “Mamita te amo con mi vida” (Mommy, I love you with my life).
In the midst of the tour’s highs, this personal low underscores the reality that, beyond the stage, artists too face challenges and lean on their loved ones for strength.