The entertainment world is in mourning after the unfortunate news of the death of the renowned Mexican actress and singer Flor Silvestre, mother of singer-songwriter Pepe Aguilar, has been released.

The news was revealed by Televisa Espectáculos through a heartfelt publication on the Twitter platform :

“Unfortunately, the actress and singer Flor Silvestre passed away. Tiredness stopped her heart surrounded by her children and her grandchildren. Flor Silvestre will rest next to her great love Antonio Aguilar. He died at the age of 90, in Zacatecas, at her Rancho El Soyate ”.

So far no family member of the Mexican singer and actress has commented on her death or confirmed the cause of her death.

According to information published by El Universal Mexico, the remains of Flor Silvestre will rest with Antonio Aguilar, the great love of her life. Aguilar was buried at Rancho El Soyate in Zacatecas, Mexico.

The interpreter who was born in Guanajato in Mexico is survived by her five children: Antonio Aguilar, Pepe Aguilar, Francisco Rubiales, Marcela Rubiales and Dalia Ines.

Guillermina Jiménez Chabolla, popularly known as Flor Silvestre, was an outstanding actress and singer with an artistic career that is supported by more than seventy years of experience. Likewise, it belonged to the so-called Golden Age of Mexican Cinema.

Silvestre was married to the Mexican actor and singer Antonio Aguilar from October 1959 until June 2007, the date on which “El Charro de México” unfortunately died after presenting complications from a pneumonia he suffered.

Before marrying Antonio Aguilar, Flor Silvestre was married to Andrés Nieto and Francisco Rubiales. However, both marriages ended over irreconcilable differences.

Among the most representative projects of Flor Silvestre in acting are: “Raquel’s bolero” (1957), “Summer school” (1959), “La cucaracha” (1959) and “El gran pillo” (1960).

Silvestre participated in more than seventy films throughout the forty years of her artistic career and was awarded the “Diosa de Plata Especial por Trajectory” award by the Association of Cinematographic Journalists of Mexico (PECIME) in 2013.

In the music industry in Mexico, Flor Silvestre was one of the most representative female figures within the genres of the ranchera, the bolero, the ranchero bolero and the huapango. He recorded more than 300 music projects with 3 major music labels.

“Viejo nopal”, “Impossible to forget you”, “Poor heart”, “Red sky” and “Renunciation” are some of the greatest musical successes of the outstanding singer.

In 2014, Pepe Aguilar announced that they were preparing a biographical book, a documentary and a new record material of his famous mother. At that time, the Government of the State of Zacatecas honored Flor Silvestre for her important artistic career.

Amelia Warner– After graduating from NYU with a master's degree in history, She was also a columnist for many local newspapers. Amelia Warner mostly covers Entertainment topics, but at times loves to write about movie reviews as well.

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