After having enjoyed a vacation in Punta del Este, which began with the end of the year festivities, valeria mazzaher husband alexander gravier and the couple’s four children headed for Switzerland. The reason? The celebration of the 50 years of the top model.
Mazza was accompanied at all times by her family, in which her children Tiziano, Taína, Balthazar and Benicio stand out, and all together they added color and warmth to a more than special celebration. This is how Valeria lived it, who shared the postcards on her Instagram account.
Mazza showed how he blew out the candles in an exclusive restaurant (”This is how the festivities started”, he wrote) and, in addition, how he spent his special day having fun in the mountains and playing with his family in the snow. “The best gift in the world was sharing these days together”, expressed Valeria with emotion and after the arrival of her 50 years.
“The festivities continued on the mountain”, she said in another post in which she shared a photo album in which she is seen smiling with her loved ones in St. Moritz, an exclusive alpine resort.
Last year, Valeria was a guest at The Mammons (America). And during the quiz known as “The 21 of the 21″in which Jey Mammon used to walk the guests through the most varied questions, shot him: “Roberto Giordano is more intense than Pancho Dotto?”the driver inquired, referring to the hairdresser and the representative, who are historically linked to the professional life of the model.
Valeria hesitated for just an instant and raised her no paddle, giving the modeling agent the award for intensity. “Roberto Giordano is like that, isn’t it?” Jey asked, and the answer was pure honesty: “It’s like that, it’s a cartoon… well I haven’t seen it for a long time, but it’s very funny,” replied the top model . And she relied on that temporary license to bring to America’s living room an anecdote historically linked to the mega parades led by the stylist and to his header phrase. “Well, ‘what a night, Teté’ was invented by (Alejadro) Gravier… do you have time?”Valerie was surprised giving the credit to her husband and giving the driver a detour on his route sheet, which he immediately accepted ex officio.
“Imagine that I lived abroad all year and came at the end of the year and wanted to participate in these parades. If I did something good, I wanted to show it in my country and we would do the Giordano parades”, introduced Mazza to mention the location: Pinamar. “Suddenly, he was full, he was full and in a moment the parade is going to start, and Roberto comes and tells Alejandro: ‘I command the second parade, I can’t let more people in’”.
With this situation, Gravier and Giordano arranged that there was going to be a second parade and that there was no other model capable of closing it other than Valeria. There, in the heat of summer, on the seashore and in full swing, Alejandro was with his friends in the front row, at the head of a crowd that had doubled the expectations of the organizers.
In this climate, the husband of the model began to speak loudly to the host of the parades, Tete Coustarotwhich at this moment makes its triumphal entry into history: “Ale carried her, (he told her) ‘what a night, Teté eh, what a night Teté’. And there she is born ”the model revealed about a phrase that became synonymous with mega parades and, above all, with the unbeatable duo formed by Roberto Giordano and Teté Coustarot.
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Valeria Mazza celebrated her 50th birthday in Switzerland and with her family: “The best gift in the world”