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Surprising discovery: Julia Pinheiro's husband measured the hallways of the new house to see if they could pass a stretcher or wheelchair – Nacional

Surprising discovery: Julia Pinheiro's husband measured the hallways of the new house to see if they could pass a stretcher or wheelchair – Nacional

Julia Pinheiro does not miss the opportunity to praise her husband. The man she met backstage at Radio Renaissance and whom she has been married to for nearly 40 years. Three children were born from this relationship: Rui María and twins Carolina and Matilda. During Father's Day specifically, Rui Maria interviewed his father for a podcast.

In the middle of the conversation, Rui Bigo was revealed, a voice known to many Portuguese, as he was connected to several national radio stations.

“Dad… Being a father at this time is complicated… Do you think a lot about what is to come? Do you think a lot about the next decades of your life? It is worth saying that, when you were looking for a father,” Rui María Bigo said to his father, during Recorded audio broadcast on Commercial Radio: “I measured the hallways in the new house, and I'm sure stretchers, wheelchairs or flaming electric scooters will pass through the hallways.” He added: “You are a strategist at this level.”

Rui Bigo, one of the biggest names in radio in Portugal, explained why he measured the hallways and checked some details of the house he shares with Julia Pinheiro. “I think clearly that… I've thought about something for many years, which is that parents are not always able to… All parents have a moral obligation, if they can, there are clearly many parents who cannot, not to let go of burdens in other words, When they reach a certain age, problems will inevitably arise, no one lasts… Parents must find solutions in time to avoid overloading their children, who in my view will already have an overload of “life… So, there is another cost, And another extra weight, it's complicated,” explains the former director of Antena 1. Julia Pinheiro's husband also said that he does not think much about death, but believes that he cannot waste time. “That is, I have little time until the end, I have already lived a period Far longer than I will ever live…it's inevitable. Therefore, it makes no sense for me, today, to waste time.” He stresses that he does not like to talk a lot on the phone or have informal conversations. Rui María Bigo also left a warning for his children: “I hope they become better people every day. “There is an effort that everyone has to make, which is: tomorrow I will be a little better than I was today.”

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