The love of Magdalena Ruiz Guiñasu: from the marriage that failed to the couple without cohabitation with the man of her life

Magdalena Ruiz Ginyasu he was responsible for preserving his private life from public resonance, albeit without obsessions or phobias. The journalist who He died on Tuesday aged 91.without showing off, he did not hide his family life, his relationship with his two stable partners, his relationship with his children and the tragedy of losing one of them.

Although he developed a rich professional activity, first in graphic media and then in radio and television, he did not neglect the one related to love. throughout your life, He formed two couples: his first marriage was with Cesar Doretti, and his second relationship was with Sergio Dellacha, with whom he did not form religiously or legally, perhaps cut short by the failure of her youth with the father of her children.

Magdalena Ruiz Guinhasu grew up in a diplomatic family, where culture and good manners define relationships. Their parents were Maria Celina Cantillo Ortiz Basualdo Y Enrique Ruiz Guiñasuwho was minister of foreign affairs and worship during the presidency of Robert M. Ortiz Y Ramon Castillo.

Magdalena Ruiz Guinhasu has reaped achievements since the beginning of her professional careerJorge Quiroga – Archive The Nation

In this family, where information and culture were on the agenda, a love for the news, the constant updating of the most diverse topics, was born. The journalistic vocation crossed her in adolescencea precocious reason that got her started in the media when she was just 19 years old.

However, this love of work did not prevent her from falling in love when she was very young. At the age of 22, she married Cesar Doretti. It was December 3, 1956, when the couple married in the elegant Basilica Nuestra Señora de la Merced, located in the Recoleta district. The marriage lasted eleven years. Ruiz Guiñasu and Doreti have five children: Edmundo, Alejandra, Mercedes, Paula and Cesar.

In 1967, Magdalena, who never gave up on family life and as a mother, very attentive to her children, understood that the relationship with her husband could not last.

Magdalena Ruiz Guiñasu and her daughter Paula Doretti, in one of the shared summers in Punta del Este
Magdalena Ruiz Guiñasu and her daughter Paula Doretti, in one of the shared summers in Punta del Este

Edmund Dorety He was a skilled rugby player. At the age of 18, practicing this sport, he suffered a heart attack that destroyed his health. However, the eldest son of Magdalena and Cesar Doretti continued with his normal activities, although with already fragile health.

A decade later, another massive heart attack struck again, but The heart injury was already very serious and nothing could be done to save his life.. Rene Favaloro himself told Magdalena that the picture was irritating. At that time, science did not yet have the answers to enable this type of maximum risk patient to survive. “This is never forgotten, but the memory of his brothers and friends keeps him alive.“, reflected the journalist in the program that Graciela Fernández Meijide had on public television.

After her first marriage to Cesar Doretti, Magdalena spends some time alone until she begins a relationship with Sergio Delacia, the big supporter when Raimundo’s death occurs.

For decades, the journalist lived in a ground-floor apartment on Rodríguez Peña Street, where she lived until her death. A few blocks away lived Delacha, with whom they never married or lived together, perhaps the perfect formula for the couple to go through their lives for 27 years.

Magdalena and Sergio only lived together during the summer when they moved into the house she had in Punta del Este; In January, when she was taking time off from radio, the journalist packed her bags and went to rest by the sea.

Magdalena Ruiz Guiñasu and her partner Sergio Delacha at one of the public outings in Buenos Aires
Magdalena Ruiz Guiñasu and her partner Sergio Delacha at one of the public outings in Buenos Aires

In 2006, Sergio Dellacha died; Magdalena Ruiz Guiñasu went through her mourning and chose to live her maturity, now as a big lady, without a partner, but very busy with her children and grandchildren, although without ever abandoning this vocation, which she began to exercise at the age of 19, and in which she never gave up.

Until a week before she died, the journalist was broadcasting Magdalene and the desired newsits radio cycle miter. Undoubtedly, apart from the couples and their beloved family, her work as a communicator was one of the great loves of her life.

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