The driver traveled to London to interview singer Eilish and took advantage of his stay to see in person a commemorative plaque that his son gave him on Father’s Day
Soups He traveled to London, England, to interview singer Billie Eilish. Taking advantage of his stay he broadcast the program Soups x Outdoors from the British capital, in addition to fulfilling one of his dreams:RELATED
Francisco Alanís (his real name) is a faithful follower of the Arsenal FC football team and for this reason, last year his son Lucas (who died at the end of January) gave him Father’s Day last year a commemorative plaque placed in the stadium of his team, the Emirates Stadium.
The driver’s dream was to be able to travel to London in the company of Lucas, to watch a match live and in full color, something they did on television. Therefore, now that the opportunity to travel to the English capital, the driver and his wife (Valeria Beretta) They did not miss the opportunity to go to the stadium and see with their own eyes the plaque he had given Luke.
“Today was a very emotional day. One of life’s favorite things was watching Arsenal matches with Lucas and we always dreamed of coming to the stadium with him.
On my first Father’s Day, he gave me this plaque that we could meet today … I cried a lot, but I also enjoyed it because I know that somehow, Lucas was with us today. #PorSiempreLucas ”, he wrote Soups along with several photographs that he published on his Instagram.
The plaque is equally emotional, because it reads: “Dad, you are my inspiration. I love you, Lucas Alanís Beretta. ”
This is the journalist’s first official publication since the death of Luke , who lost his life because of a bacterium that neither he nor his wife “saw coming.”
The baby, who was just over a year old at the time of his death, suffered from OEIS (or sewer exstrophy), an abdominal condition with which the baby was born.
“Lucas is today an angel and a star that will guide our paths,” Sopitas announced and said: “It is curious that our fight was always against his OEIS condition and the catheter, but his final battle was against a very aggressive bacteria that we did not see coming “.