Rocío Carrasco has taken a big step by taking the lead in front of the cameras in “Rocío, tell the truth to stay alive.” These are the ten things you should know about the famous Rociíto.
1. Her debut as a model at the age of 15
Her parents were already famous, so the daughter of Rocío Jurado and Pedro Carrasco She was popular from the moment she came to the world, on April 29, 1977. At the age of 15 she fulfilled her dream of being a model, although she soon changed the runway for television programs with the help of Maria Teresa Campos, a great friend of the family.
2. He went to live in Argentona
At 17 she decided to marry the Malaga Civil Guard Antonio David Flores, whom he had met the previous summer in Chipiona. His mother thought the wedding was hasty and refused, but she went her own way and went to live in Argentona (Barcelona), where Antonio David was stationed at that time, being the daily subject of the pink press.
3. Two sons: Rocío and David
The wedding finally took place on March 31, 1996 in the hermitage of the Yerbabuena farm, in Seville. In October his first-born, Rocío, was born and two years later the youngest, David.
4. He lost his father and mother
Pedro Carrasco, ex-boxer, married to the hairdresser Raquel Mosquera, died of a cardio-respiratory arrest in 2001. Rocío Jurado, wife of the bullfighter José Ortega Cano, died five years later, in 2006, suffering from pancreatic cancer. Thus, Rociíto has had to suffer the loss of her father and mother.
5. He has two brothers: Gloria and José
She does not maintain contact with her mother’s widower or with her two brothers, Gloria Camila and José Fernando, with whom she decided to stay away of her own free will.
Herder of her mother’s fortune
Rocío Jurado named her eldest daughter, Rociíto, the universal heir. He bequeathed him the artistic rights to his songs, the real estate (a farm in Chipiona, one in Miami, and half of another he bought with Ortega Cano), as well as a dazzling collection of jewelry.
7. Her wedding to Fidel Albiac
She met businessman Fidel Albiac in 1999 and the two were married on September 7, 2016, when they had been together for 16 years.
8. 25 years of silence
After more than 25 years of absolute silence, Rocío Jurado’s daughter has decided to tell her truth and talk about some of the most painful episodes of her life through this documentary.
9. Constant struggle in the Courts
Legal battles have been the usual trend for this couple since their separation. In 2012, his daughter Rocío left home to live with her father, causing great family controversy.
10. A musical dedicated to his mother
Rociíto wanted to pay tribute to her mother with a musical under the title “What wouldn’t I give to be Rocío Jurado”, directed by Fidel Albiac. However, he could not imagine that his dream, the musical that he had been preparing with so much care for more than two years, would be disrupted by the covid-19 pandemic.