Behind the smiles and jokes that we see every day in First Dates and what is the hallmark of this talent of appointments, Carlos Sobera He has recently suffered a severe personal blow. Now that it's coming Survivors 2019 and that Mediaset has entrusted him with a gala with weekly summaries in Cuatro, the presenter has sat with Emma García in
. During the conversation, he has confessed how the stroke from his woman last February and how they faced it together.
In fact, the fright made him rethink his day to day, the way we live because "you never know what can happen to you the next day".
Last 4th February, Patricia Santamarina suffered a stroke for which she had to be admitted urgently. Everything was due to what is known as cavernoma, a cardiovascular malformation, which was what caused the flow of blood to not reach a part of the brain. After going through the ICU and remaining hospitalized for three weeks, the lawyer began to recover favorably. But before this end, the process was very hard.
"From the sixth and seventh day we were all calmer"explained Sobera visibly moved. And more when at that time, the presenter did not know what consequences his wife could have after the spill: "Now that three months have passed is fantastic with the same speed and mental agility as always ". "He gets with me just like always," he said smiling.
"Life has to be lived in an intense way because you know what can happen to you"
Luckily the theatrical producer is already "very well" and "fantastic", although after what happened, Sobera made an important reflection. "I'm 58 years old and I've lived a little, you realize many times that life has to be lived in an intense way and in every moment, because you never know what can happen to you the next day, "he said.