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Salma Hayek’s daughter is a fan of the rosca de reyes and this was demonstrated by the famous actress

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Three Kings Day left unforgettable postcards all over the globe, as it is becoming a tradition that is spreading more and more in various cultures. And the American is proof of this, or at least that’s how the Mexican let it be seen, Salma Hayek.

The protagonist of “Frida” showed that even though she does not live in Mexico, she still follows some of the traditions of the country where she was born, as is the case of “Three Kings Day.”

Which he celebrated this Friday in the company of his daughter Valentina Paloma Pinault, whom he also aired with a fun photo on his Instagram account.

The actress and her young firstborn generated hundreds of reactions from their fans, who were delighted with the image and with the action of the artist, as she continues to reveal some things about her culture.

Salma, originally from Coatzacoalcos, Veracruz, shared with her 22.3 million followers on the Meta platform, that this Friday she shared the “Rosca de Reyes” with her family.

Especially with Valentina Paloma, who is a fan of this famous bread full of tradition, this was demonstrated by the photo in which she appears biting into the bread even though it was still closed.

The image has generated hundreds of laughs among her fans, who also identified with the 15-year-old girl, who is quite a celebrity.

“Like every year, Valentina is always ready for the Rosca de Reyes, and the doll is always taken out. Happy Kings Day”


He placed Salma in the description, who was immediately filled with “Likes”, because in a few hours he added more than 200 thousand “likes”, as well as many more comments in which they also made him see that the figure that is inside the bread is the “Child Jesus”.

Likewise, the actress who is succeeding in Hollywood announced that there are also tamales on February 2, as tradition dictates, however, her mother Diana Jiménez prepares them.

“My mom ends up making the tamales because they are so delicious. Especially the Oaxacan. And when I say the doll I mean the representative doll of the baby Jesus because if I put The Baby Jesus there is no shortage of people who tell me that the Baby Jesus is sacred and that this is a plastic doll and they are also right. I already craved my mommy’s tamales.”

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