Ana Rosa Quintana will return to her program next Monday


“Anita, warm up, you’re out,” an excited Joaquín Prat announced at the end of Telecinco’s morning show

He was expected in early September, then for the return of ‘The Ana Rosa Program’ and this Wednesday, Joaquín Prat finally announced the desired news: Ana Rosa Quintana now has a date for her return to the small screen. It’s next Monday, October 10. The presenter was full of praise for his boss, whom they have missed over the past year, in which the renowned journalist has focused on her recovery from breast cancer in retirement. His partner Patricia Pardo also congratulated herself on the return of the “soul of the program”.

“Ana has been battling cancer for a year. A very long process with uncertainty, with suffering, with the need to be with you in very specific moments where the race journalist wants to be there to tell,” said the Catalan journalist. A time when you felt that “you are missing a fundamental piece”.

It was on November 2 last year when Ana Rosa, dressed in white and with a serious gesture, addressed her audience, saying, “Today I’m going to talk about myself for the first time.” “They have discovered a carcinoma in my breast, luckily it is localized and there are no metastases, but it requires intensive treatment that keeps me away from this set and from these colleagues who are also my family.” She said she was calm and confident in her recovery, something she has already achieved, so next Monday she will resume her duties at the head of the Telecinco morning magazine that bears her name.

Source: La Verdad


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