The April issue of PEOPLE EN ESPAÑOL brings you exclusive photos and stories from some of the most talked-about weddings of the year.
We’ll bring you the inside scoop from the special days of celebs like Escándalo TV (Telefutura) host Lilia Luciano, singer Vicente Fernández Jr., Banda de Recodo clarinetist Joel Lizárraga and Univisión hosts Carmen Dominicci and Fernando del Rincón. Also, don’t miss stories on the scandalous weddings of singer Ninel Conde and actress Niurka Marcos.
We also have all the details on what promises to be the wedding of the year – the union of reggaeton singer Don Omar and his fiancé, Univisión weather presenter Jackie Guerrido. “Three years ago I said I would never get married again,” Guerrido says. “But now I feel completely prepared to start a family again.” The bride-to-be reveals that they’re planning an April wedding in their native Puerto Rico and that, against tradition, the groom picked out a selection of bridal gowns for his future wife to choose from.
In addition to all the wedding buzz, former Miss Universe Alicia Machado speaks exclusively with PEOPLE EN ESPAÑOL about her pregnancy and her relationship with the baby’s father, a 48-year-old Mexican businessman. “I’m very excited…I feel like a protective mother,” Machado says. “I know that I’m going to have a partner for the rest of my life, someone to fight for.” Even though she refuses to reveal the name of her baby’s father, the Venezuelan actress assures that she’s engaged to the man she already refers to as “my husband.” Machado explains that a wedding is not yet in the works, but she does wear a diamond ring that he gave her during a family dinner. “I put it on and he told me: ‘So that they don’t say you don’t have a man,'” she explains. “It was very beautiful, but I don’t believe in marriage.”
And as if all this weren’t enough, the editors have chosen the 15 most influential Latinos of the moment. The list includes América Ferrera, Shakira, Juanes, Ricky Martin and Jorge Ramos.
PEOPLE EN ESPAÑOL, April issue, available on magazine stands now.