Victoria Ruffo is one of the actresses who rarely changes her look and her millions of fans all over the world are accustomed to her black or sometimes dark brown head.

But the beloved 58-year-old Mexican actress wanted to start 2021 by turning her image upside down, and now she entered the blondes club, of which many celebrities have participated.

This is how the protagonist of the legendary telenovela “La Fiera” let him see it, through her Instagram account, where she shared a couple of images in which she shows off her golden curls.

In his most recent publication, Eugenio Derbez’s ex-wife is seen looking at the camera with her hair pulled back and huge glasses, while she moves her head from side to side and smiles.

“To dance!! Without music!!!! Hahahaha ”, Ruffo commented on her publication.
In another photograph, the Mexican is seen showing off her blonde hair, with a Christmas hat, showing that the change of look suits her very well.

The comments of the actress’s fans did not wait and immediately the publications of Jose Eduardo Derbez’s mother were filled with all kinds of praise and applause for Ruffo’s decision to be blonde.

“Beautiful”, “you wear that color”, “the queen of queens” and “I love you”, “doll I love your hair”. were some of the comments that the talented star of the small screen received.

The followers of the telenovela star compared the Mexican’s blonde look with her black-haired image and there were few, although few, who said they prefer her with dark hair.

Victoria Ruffo celebrated her 58th birthday on May 31, and that day among the multiple messages , she loved that of her eldest son José Eduardo, a product of her relationship with Eugenio Derbez.

The young actor posted a photograph in which he appeared with his famous mother.

“Happy birthday my mother. I love you. Soon we will celebrate ”, said the offspring of the protagonist of the soap opera La Madrastra.

Victoria Ruffo, whose real name is María Victoria Eugenia Guadalupe Martínez del Río Moreno-Ruffo, was born on May 31, 1962 in Mexico City.

The Ruffo began on television sponsored by Ernesto Alonso, 40 years ago, when he was just 18 years old.

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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