Tamara Falcó and Isabel Preysler tell how they received the news of the death by coronavirus of the Marqués de Griñón

His daughter and current Marchioness of Griñón, Tamara Falcó, along with her mother, Isabel Preysler, open the doors of their house and of their heart in Blood ties to remember Carlos Falcó, the Marquis of Griñón, a great businessman who knew how to walk with elegance between the heart and the economic press.

In the debate, Boris Izaguirre interviews his last wife, Esther Doña, along with some friends of Carlos Falcó such as Ágatha Ruiz de la Prada, Hubertus de Hohenlohe, the winemaker José Moro and the journalists Marta Robles, Beatriz Cortázar and María Eugenia Yagüe.

He was born in the Palace of the Dueñas, fiefdom of the Alba, but his name jumped on paper layer for his marriage to Isabel Preysler. Blood ties He enters the life of Carlos Falcó, a man who had a passion for the countryside and a weakness for his children. And it is precisely Tamara Falcó, who has wanted to honor her father by remembering everything she has learned from him.

In the documentary, Tamara Falcó relates in the first person the bitter days that his family lived when they received the news of the death of his father from coronavirus, and the hard and cold goodbye to which he had to face. Isabel Preysler and Carlos Fitz-James Stuart and Martínez de Irujo, Duque de Alba and Carlos Falcó’s cousin, honor his memory. Along with them, Emiliano García-Page, president of Castilla-La Mancha; Marina Castaño, friend of the Marquis; and the journalists María Eugenia Yagüe and Beatriz Cortázar draw the portrait of a noble gentleman who, despite his popularity, was always a great stranger to the general public.

Alaska, Lina Morgan, Los Grimaldi and Parcheesi, upcoming shows

After taking a look this summer at the exciting lives and trajectories of María Jiménez, María Teresa Campos, and El Fary; and travel to the Marbella jet set of the 80s and 90s, Blood ties has returned with new protagonists to offer the most intimate portrait of some of the great figures of society, revealing details of the life and professional career of Concha Velasco, El Dúo Dinántico, Manuel Díaz ‘El Cordobés’, Chicho Ibáñez Serrador, Los Carmona, Lola Herrera and Los del Río and, In upcoming shows, you will discover more about Alaska, Lina Morgan, Los Grimaldi and Parcheesi.