Aleyda Ortiz is a good friend of Clarissa Molina. In fact, she was going to be one of the guests of honor at the wedding between the Dominican and Vicente Saavedra, an event that never took place due to the breakdown of the relationship. Now, they support each other and encourage each other to face what’s to come.
The woman, born in Santiago de los Caballeros in the Dominican Republic, ended her relationship with Vicente Saavedra a few weeks ago, or at least that’s what the statement on her social networks said on May 16. From that moment on, and even in the days before, she was seen with a downcast look and feelings of sadness that worried her loved ones and admirers.
2014 Nuestra Belleza Latina Pageant winner Aleyda Ortiz shared some valuable and loving advice with her dear friend Clarissa Molina:
“The advice I gave them was that nothing… We all have gone through the painful separation process. I have shared my processes personally and some have gone public as well and my biggest piece of advice is to let time pass.” Time heals everything and focus on that, that this is for the best and that no one dies of love”.
In addition, the first runner-up of Miss Universe Puerto Rico 2014 confessed: “For example, it affected me the most because I am very emotional; but she is fine, she is strong, she is calm and most importantly she Talk.”
Aleyda Ortiz also gave her opinion about her professional present and future.
Clarissa Molina and Vicente Saavedra in one of their public appearances.
The host of En casa con Telemundo revealed that leaving Univision to move to the competition channel was a very strong decision for her:
“It was practically a leap into the void because I didn’t really have anything, I didn’t even have a plan, just don’t believe in myself and my heart was already telling me ‘this isn’t the way it is. ‘, because I wanted to do more things in my life”.
As the Caribbean presenter confessed, she felt much better with herself and with the people around her after that jump. Now, her next step is to become a mother with her partner, Cuban businessman Ricardo Casanova.