The former soccer player and the model published messages with great sadness about the death of Valeria, 9 years old.
In the last few hours, Ezequiel Garay and Tamara Gorro moved everyone. It is both published on their social networks as emotional farewells for the death of Valeria, the 9-year-old girl who had cancer, whom they called “princess” and “the girl with the eternal smile.” She is the daughter of a couple of friends of hers and they considered her as her niece.
Who was Valerie?
She was 9 years old and was the daughter of a couple who was friends with Tamara Gorro and Ezequiel Garay. The girl had cancer and, often, the influencer told what her condition was after announcing the little girl’s situation. Both shared a moving video.
Tamara Gorro’s farewell
After Valeria’s death, the model, who has more than two million followers, communicated the bad news and left a heartbreaking message.
“My princess… My girl with the eternal smile… A lifetime together, but five inseparable years. A balance where suffering existed, but without a doubt strength, energy, desire, and love gained…”, she began.
And he continued her painful story: “You are gone my life, you are gone forever. But teaching the world that you can’t stop fighting, and always do it with a smile. You are an example of admiration. My princess, you do not know the emptiness you leave me, you cannot imagine how much you have helped, taught, and motivated me. Even our farewell has been special and unique.
Sadness invades me and my heart is broken, I didn’t want this ending and I know you didn’t either, there were many things left to do together. But I swear to you that I will do them, I have promised you and so it will be”.
Tamara concluded her farewell with much love: “Fly high, darling. Wherever you go you will continue to shine, because you are light. I will keep you in mind every day of my life. I feel in my soul for not having been able to do more to help you and heal you, I’m sorry. I LOVE YOU AND I WILL NEVER FORGET YOU. Your Aunt Tamara”.
The former soccer player was more concise, but no less concise and loving when saying goodbye to little Valeria.
“I will never forget you my princess. FLY HIGH,” she wrote alongside a black and white photo.