María Antonieta de las Nieves “La Chilindrina” confirms that she has COVID-19

Marie Antoinette of the Snows, known for her character “The chilindrina” In the comedy series “El Chavo del 8”, he reported through an Instagram post on the night of Wednesday December 29 that have tested positive for COVID-19.

The 71-year-old actress, comedian and singer assured that all the time she was careful and followed the health recommendations to avoid contracting the diseaseBut no matter how strict she was about it, she ran a test that came back positive.

How we report in AmericanPost.News, Chilindrina a few months ago achieved a Guinness record, for being the actress with the longest playing a child character, with which she is known nationally and internationally.

How is Chilindrina’s health after getting COVID-19?

The actress assures that she is stable because she is infected with coronavirus / Photo: Uno TV The actress recently turned 71 / Photo: 20 Minutes

Marie Antoinette stated in her post that stays isolated at home, with mild symptoms, such as a coldor, which are improving day by day, so he hopes to come out soon to recover from the virus.

“I feel good, I am at home, very calm and I am improving day by day. It seems as if he only had a common cold, nothing serious as they have published out there, “wrote Chilindrina on Instagram.

In addition, the actress concluded her statement by sending a message of love and gratitude, as well as a new year greeting for all the people who have followed his career for more than four decades.

The career of Marie Antoinette of the Snows

The actress recently turned 71 years old / Photo: 20 Minutes

The famous Mexican was born in Nayarit on December 22, 1950, but grew up in La Lagunilla, a colony located northwest of Mexico City, where, at an early age, she showed interest in the arts.

From the age of three, she started as a ballet dancer. His debut on the screens came when he was 7 years old, in the film Thumbelina, released in 1957. It was there when, for the first time, he used a stage name.

Along with her acting career, she ventured into dubbing for television and film, a discipline that she continued to do in the future. María Antonieta de las Nieves met Roberto Gómez Bolaños in the 1960s.

Her working relationship grew to such an extent that in 1973 she was the actress who gave life to her character Chilindrina in the series El Chavo del 8.

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