Cristina Ferreira confirmed yesterday that António Casinhas, a former footballer and father of his son Tiago, 11, is still the love of his life.
"It's hard to explain how I keep the same feeling, and we're not together," he said in an interview with the weekly "Expresso," adding a certainty: "I and he – I know this feeling is mutual – Let us love each other for the rest of their lives, and that love closes what every one wants, and may not have this experience for two and can let other people come in. "
Malveira's businesswoman has dated Casinhas since she was 17 until 2011, when the separation occurred because of the exposure that the television brought them. And if he blames "any pressure" for the suffering that caused Casinhas, he blames himself for not being able to prevent this from happening. "This exposure just happened because he lived with me," he says.
The SIC host, who left TVI in the summer, assumes to be alone, but she has not given up on her greatest dream of getting married. "I just want to marry the day I make sense and the person who makes sense. I built this dream so much that it can't be anything, marry me for marriage, "he says. As for the family, Cristina confirms that her father is confidential and that her mother helps her raise her son "as if it were her."
The relationship with James, the only son like her (you can't see having diapers back in your life, aged 41 years), is very much your own. "I'm more important than my son because my son is the most important person in her life, he exists past me, and exists only if her mother is good."
From tomorrow's war of SIC and TVI, which comes and involves his former colleague Manuel Luís Goucha, the presenter confirms that she is willing to lose, but this does not mean she will lose or that she will lose. And even though he says that the love and love he feels for Manel "will not change," he makes it clear that the competition will affect everyday life and "it will destroy the first to lose."