The last few weeks have been quite turbulent for Tamara Falcó. After her agreement with Sophie et Voilà broke down amid accusations of being a despot, the Marquise de Griñón undertook an express trip to the United States to meet with Wes Gordon, creative director of the Carolina Herrera brand, who will be the one who finally dresses the influencer on one of the most special days of your life.

In the midst of this storm, the aristocrat’s sister, Ana Boyer, has attended the press at the presentation of a new jewelry store in Madrid with the aim of calming the waters.

When asked by a reporter from Y ahora Sonsoles, Boyer spoke of the last-minute change of wedding dress: “I think an unpleasant situation was created for all parties. It is a moment that has to have a good memory and when the experience ceases to be that, a change is better ”, he pointed out.

Ana Boyer has attended to the press with great kindness and has explained that the key to the change of designer has been mainly aesthetic. “Tamara couldn’t see herself in the dress they designed for her”, she has indicated with a calm tone of voice.

The influencer has also come up against the voices that ensure that Tamara Falcó behaved like a diva with the Spanish firm. “It doesn’t seem like that to me at all, she is very spontaneous and natural. I’ve always seen her very educated, I don’t think she has had a bad gesture. That bothers me, it’s not true,” she said with a serious face.

Finally, Ana Boyer did not want to give any clue about the new dress that Falcó is managing with Carolina Herrera. “I can’t give you any details of the dress, I imagine she wants it to be a surprise”, she has settled.

The new creative director of the Tamara Falcó dress, Wes Gordon, is one of the designers with the most projection in the world of fashion today. Personalities of the height of Queen Letizia, the Princess of Wales, Kate Middleton and the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle or the former First Lady of the United States Michelle Obama are just some of her high society clients.