Carla Figueroa Domecq, Interviu , N° 2135, 27 March 2017 , The woman who stars the cover next Monday belongs to the aristocracy even if it does not fold to its conventions.
She is a well-bred, bohemian girl with a halo of sadness on her face. The painter Carla Figueroa Domecq (Madrid, 1978) presumes not to have bowed to the conventions of the aristocracy. Carla is the granddaughter of Aline Griffith, the Countess of Romanones, who was a former CIA spy and writer. The black sheep of the family is 39 years old and lives in a house that communicates with the Countess, aged 93 and can no longer get out of bed.
Carla speaks for the first time of the inheritance of its grandmother and does not leave puppet with head. As if it were the muse of an artist, she poses naked and reveals the family disputes but also the one that was her sentimental relationship Guillermo Bárcenas, the son of the former treasurer of the PP: “He was 12 years younger. We were madly in love, and I quit because he did not measure up when my mother was diagnosed with cancer a second time. “
Carla Figueroa Domecq takes care of his father, the current Count of Romanones, who suffered a stroke and has to go in a wheelchair; And his grandmother, who needs a lot of care “and honey. She suffers because she misses the golden years. I think I’m the granddaughter you love the most . ” Do not miss the interview with Carla Interviú this week: talk about Corinna, Bertin Osborne, his portraits …