- Andrea Legarreta publishes a video of her in a bikini and shows her leg on social networks
- His followers go crazy and tell him that he looks better never
- This was not always the case, since when she fell ill with COVID, Andrea posted a forceful video.
After the Mexican driver, Andrea Legarreta, tested positive for COVID with her family at the end of August, this news being announced by her co-worker, Galilea Montijo, who, weeks later, would fully recover, many did not imagine that Andrea would return much more beautiful than ever and almost shows the most intimate.
Today, Andrea Legarreta surprised on social networks after publishing a video of her where she was seen in a bikini, causing great fury among her followers, who emphasized that she looked much more beautiful.
The publication consists of a beautiful video of Legarreta sitting on the sand with her legs crossed, while wearing a full navy blue bikini and a knitted hat to complete her look, accompanied by a cute monarch butterfly posing on her, giving it a sweet touch to the burning photo.
The video, which already has more than 140 thousand reproductions within three hours of its publication, brings as a caption the following message: “Without changes there is no butterfly. Have a great day, beauty, and may God fill you with blessings! ” Andrea wrote.
The publication was quickly filled with praise for the actress, who could not cope with all the displays of affection from her followers.
And, despite the fact that the comments are currently deactivated in the publication, that did not prevent many of the Internet users from writing to him.
Among the comments stand out those of different personalities of the show such as those of the conductors of “Cuéntamelo Ya” Vielka Valenzuela and Cinthia Urías, who highlighted how beautiful Andrea looked.
On the other hand, her husband, the singer and former timbiriche, Erick Rubín seems to have been left speechless before the beautiful video that his wife published since he only commented on many emojis of faces with hearts in their eyes.
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