COVER STORY--Cristian Castro: "I Want To Be Free"
In the October edition of PEOPLE EN ESPAÑOL, the Mexican singer confesses that he and his wife have become distanced and that he's moving to Mexico
In an exclusive interview for the October edition of PEOPLE EN ESPAÑOL, Cristian Castro reveals the details of his distancing from wife Valeria Liberman, a situation that has driven him to leave his Miami home and move to Mexico after nearly 3 years of marriage.
“I want to be free,” the artist, 32, admits with confidence to PEOPLE EN ESPAÑOL. “I think that in life, we all have to take care of ourselves and our needs. If you can't do that, then you have to move on,” he adds. This surprising confession came only days after Liberman's interview with the magazine (which wasn't published, but it is available in Peopleenespanol.com), in which she had described Castro as an attentive and passionate husband.
For now, the couple's daughter Simone, 2, will stay with Liberman, who is 5 months pregnant, in Miami. Castro plans on keeping an apartment in Miami in order to stay close to his children and guarantee them the presence of a father figure. “I want to be a good dad and a fun dad who will always be with them. It's important for me to have close friendships with my children,” he declares. Although the distance from his daughter bothers him, the “Sin tu amor” singer says that “she definitely won't be lacking the love, respect and ambition to succeed in her life that perhaps I lacked to succeed in my own.”
As for the conflicts with his mother, actress Verónica Castro, the Mexican singer says that a reconciliation is “very likely,” especially now that they'll be living in the same country.
In addition to Castro's exclusive confession, the October issue will also bring you an interview with Gloria Trevi and her family. Go to Peopleenespanol.com for a sneak peek video.
Have you ever wondered how stars shrink down their figures after having babies? Pick up the October PEOPLE EN ESPAÑOL to find out how celebrities like Aracely Arámbula, Cynthia Klitbo and Karla Martínez have melted off the post-pregnancy pounds.
You'll also learn all the latest details about Don Omar, including tidbits on his new relationship with Jackie Guerrido and his rivalry with Daddy Yankee.
And in addition to all this, PEOPLE EN ESPAÑOL will supply you with the facts on the first gay couple to marry legally in Mexico. Karla Maribel López Castillo and Karina Elizabeth Almaguer Argüello, both 30, tell us how their lives have changed since the big day.
PEOPLE EN ESPAÑOL, October issue, available September 3rd