Toñi Moreno returns in style taking out the most sincere and private side of Cayetano Martínez de Irujo

When Toñi Moreno she said goodbye to ‘Viva la Vida’ on August 31, she left a somewhat enigmatic reflection on her future on television: «You are on TV today, you are not tomorrow, that is why I am very much in favor of living in the moment and for me this summer has been a momentazo ». However, it only took three weeks to see it in action again. The Andalusian returns in style this next Monday, September 21 with a new season of his program ‘Un año de tu vida’, at 10:30 p.m. on Canal Sur.

And he does it with an exceptional guest whom he knows very well: Cayetano Martínez de Irujo. The son of the Duchess of Alba meets again in an interview with Toñi Moreno after seeing their faces a few months ago on the set of ‘Those wonderful years’. The two have a great harmony, something that has been demonstrated with the bait that we can see from this relaxed chat between two friends.

The one from Sanlúcar manages to create a climate of comfort between the guest and herself so that Cayetano opens up on the channel about the most intimate aspects of his life. For example, the tremendous importance his girlfriend has for him, Barbara Mirján: «It makes me very happy. These years have helped me a lot to overcome everything and to be the person that I begin to be today, with a new life and having taken everything from within ». Toñi delves a little deeper and asks about a recurring topic of debate: “How old are you?”, But Cayetano, who knows them all, gets out of the way very well: “Like Richard Gere …”, unleashing laughter from the presenter and the audience.

Cayetano Martínez de Irujo and the emeritus king, in a file image / Gtres

Cayetano Martínez de Irujo also takes a position on one of the most controversial current affairs: the exile of Juan Carlos I. “What do you think of everything that is happening with the emeritus king?”, Asks Toñi Moreno. Far from throwing balls out, the rider answers with determination: «Well, it seems unusual to me. It is true that he has gone a little, with the issue of Urdangarin and others he has stopped braking ».